PSG, Juventus And Six Others Fined Over Financial Fair Play Breach
Eight clubs have been fined by UEFA for breaching Financial Fair Play rules, while 19 more, including Rangers, have been warned that they will be ‘monitored closely’ due to their finances.
On the FFP list is PSG, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Juventus, AS Roma, Monaco, Marseille and Beşiktaş.
PSG are set to pay a whopping €70 million to UEFA from their UCL revenue for breaking their Financial Fair Play regulations.
Football fans worldwide had expressed their shock as Barcelona miss out on the list. However, UEFA confirms that Barcelona did comply with fair play rules as they were able to technically fulfil the break-even requirement thanks to the application of the COVID-19 emergency measures and/or because they benefited from historical positive break-even results.
Meanwhile, Chelsea, Leicester, Man City & West Ham avoided action due to "exceptional COVID deductions and consideration of historical financial results" but those exemptions no longer apply & they will be "monitored closely in the upcoming period"