Manchester City will be ‘monitored closely’ having escaped punishment from UEFA for breaches of Financial Fair Play regulations. UEFA say they will monitor Manchester City’s finances closely this year after fining eight clubs for failing to break even with Financial Fair Play regulations.
Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Milan, Juventus, Roma, AC Milan, Marseille, Monaco and Besiktas have all been fined a total of €172 million by the Club Financial Control Body for not complying with the break even requirement for the 2021/22 UEFA club competitions. Of that figure, only €26 million will be paid initially, with the rest conditional depending on each club’s compliance with respective settlement agreements. Continue reading UEFA FINE EIGHT CLUBS FOR FFP BREACHES AND PLACE MAN CITY ON WATCHLIST