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Rivals of PSG and City have consistently asked how the duo can be respecting the rules when they spend as much as they do, most notably when the French side splurged the two biggest transfer fees in history to sign Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in 2017.
European football clubs set to lose $10.6 billion as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, claims UEFA report
As a result of slashed budgets, transfer spending by European clubs in last year's summer window plummeted by 39 percent.
Wolves were one of three clubs sanctioned by UEFA for breaching financial fair play regulations and were fined up to $706,000
CAS 'strongly condemn' Manchester City for obstructing investigation into finances while overturning Champions League ban
In the initial judgment, CAS highlighted the club's "failure to cooperate" but the full 93-page document shed further light on how the club successfully overturned a two-year ban.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled two weeks ago that some of UEFA's accusations of financial violations by City could not be proven and others were time-barred because they did not meet a five-year statute of limitations.
Manchester City's CAS ruling highlights hollowness of FFP, UEFA should learn from NBA to level the playing field
UAE’s City Football Group-owned Manchester City were cleared of Financial Fair Play regulations on 13 July by the Court of Arbitration of Sports (CAS).
The fact that such a high-profile case ended in failure for UEFA — is a defeat for UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body.
Marseille fined €3 million by UEFA for breaching FFP rules but allowed to retain Champions League spot next season
Marseille fined €3 million by UEFA for breaching Financial Fair Play rules but allowed to retain Champions League spot next season
Ahead of the Premier League's resumption, we at Firstpost take you through where the self-proclaimed 'Big Six' (and Leicester) currently dwell in the standings, what they need to do to ensure their respective seasons are a success and what they've been up to in the break
The allegations include that Manchester City, owned by Abu Dhabi's royal family, misled UEFA over several years to comply with financial integrity rules for clubs.
Trabzonspor would have gone directly to the Champions League group stage next season — and earned tens of millions of euros (dollars) in prize money — by winning the Turkish Super League
Champions League: CAS to hear Manchester City's appeal against two-year European football ban in June
CAS set aside 8-10 June to hear Manchester City’s appeal against a two-year ban from European football. It is unclear if a hearing will be held in person at the court or by video link.
UEFA, while trying to figure out when the season can resume, is assessing the rule changes needed as the pandemic causes financial tremors across the European game.
Manchester City have filed an expected appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a two-year ban from European football competition.
Manchester United's Ed Woodward says club in 'rebuild' mode as Champions League absence proves costly
Manchester United are in “rebuild” mode as the English football club chases a return to the European Champions League, Executive Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward said after financial results were dented by the team’s absence from this season’s tournament.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has indicated that he is open to extending his stay beyond 2021 when his current contract ends even though the club faces a potential two-year Champions League suspension
Champions League: Manchester City could play in next year's competition if CAS freezes ban during appeal
Manchester City could play in next season’s Champions League despite a two-year UEFA ban if they ask for the suspension to be frozen by the CAS during their appeal, sports law experts say.
Champions League: Manchester City banned for two seasons by UEFA for 'serious breaches' of financial regulations
UEFA has banned Manchester City from the Champions League for two seasons for “serious breaches” of financial regulations.
Pep Guardiola hits back at Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp over comments about Manchester City's transfer policy
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has hit back at Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp's claim the Premier League champions operate on a transfer fantasy island.
UEFA had accused AC MIlan of violating financial fair play (FFP) regulations over the past three seasons and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Friday ruled in their favour.