Man City, PSG Handed Uefa Sanctions for Failing FFP Rules

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Premier League club Manchester City and french Ligue 1 outfit Paris St. Germain (PSG) are facing Uefa sanctions for breaching financial fair play (FFP) rules.

Both clubs are facing fines in the region of €60m (£50m), a restriction on their Champions League squad to a 21-man instead of the usual 25 players next season and a potential wage cap.

The wage limit to ensure there is no rise on this season’s squad age bill for the Champions league.

Manchester City Hit With a £50m Fine for failing Uefa FFP Rules.
Manchester City Hit With a £50m Fine for failing Uefa FFP Rules.

Both clubs have until the end of the week to reach an agreement with Uefa over the sanctions.

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