UEFA has launched a wide-ranging investigation into teams potentially breaching Financial Fair Play rules for the 2021/22 season. Some of the clubs that are on this long list are giants like PSG, Olympique Marseille, Inter, Roma, Juventus and Barcelona.
As many as 20 teams across Europe are said to have been identified by UEFA for breaching the rules in 2021/22.
The latest name to be added to the lineup is that of Arsenal.
However, UEFA have not received the final accounts from these teams, meaning it is still unclear what danger Arsenal could potentially be in if they do not comply.
Arsenal have made losses of £213m over the past three years, while UEFA rules only allow up to £25m of losses over such a period.
Arsenal are ‘placed on a UEFA watchlist with Barcelona and PSG for potentially breaching Financial Fair Play rules’ https://t.co/Vg6FEgogg7
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There are already clubs that have been found guilty and have reached an agreement with the European headquarters on what sanctions they will endure. French teams PSG and Marseille will only face fines, while Inter and Roma will face yet-to-be-specified transfer market restrictions.
UEFA will impose penalties on many clubs, including Juventus, Barcelona, PSG, Inter, and Roma, starting next month for breaking the financial fair play regulations throughout the 2020–2021 season. In addition to signing bans for Roma and Inter.
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