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Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and others violate the EU's Financial Fair Play and face sanctions |  international football

Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and others violate the EU’s Financial Fair Play and face sanctions | international football

as Submitted by the French newspaper L’EquipeAnd the Paris Saint-Germain And the Olympique Marseille UEFA has investigated its non-compliance with Financial Fair Play in the entity in the 2020/21 season. The British newspaper “The Times” reported, on Tuesday, that the European Football Association expected to punish eight other teams, in addition to the French, among them. BarcelonaAnd the JuventusAnd the intermilan And the pomegranate.

In principle, the fines will be economic and will be agreed upon with the clubs. If no agreement is reached, it will be resolved unilaterally by UEFA.. Barcelona and Juventus do not have a good relationship with the entity, after trying to create a “Super League” with Real Madrid.

Aleksander Ceferin, UEFA President – Photo: Richard Guliart/Getty Images

According to the publication, there is also a list of ten clubs on watch for the financial statements of the 2021/22 season, but they still have time to submit their updated and structured accounts.

The current season is the final season under the current Financial Fair Play rules. From 2023, UEFA will introduce a new system, which limits spending by clubs to a certain percentage of their annual revenue in player salaries, transfers and agent fees..

The limit will be 90% in 2023, 80% in 2024, and 70% from 2025. The new system will work the same as in LaLiga: cost will be controlled before the start of each season.

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