Man City is not currently facing sanctions for a potential breach of Financial Fair Play rules
According to the Daily Mail, Manchester City and the English Premier League have agreed on the date for the court hearing regarding allegations of financial rule breaches.
As per the source, the independent panel overseeing this case will convene in late autumn 2024. Consequently, a verdict is likely to be reached by the summer of 2025.
This means that at least another two years will pass before the reigning English champions potentially face sanctions for alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play rules. Additionally, there could be potential delays, extending the proceedings for an even longer period.
Recall that earlier this year, the Premier League accused Manchester City of 115 breaches of financial rules spanning from the 2009/10 season to the 2017/18 season.
Manchester City has disputed these accusations, arguing that the alleged violations occurred before the league introduced new financial rules.
It's worth noting that previously, an independent panel decided to dock Everton 10 points for breaching financial stability rules— the club's losses exceeded the acceptable limit of £105 million over three years.
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