Man City referred to impartial panel over potential financial rule violations.
The first list of alleged violations relates to the seasons 2009–10 to 2012–13.
2nd batch of alleged violations involves providing full details.
The Premier League referred Manchester City to an impartial panel over potential financial rule violations, the English top division declared on Monday.
The alleged violations are said to have occurred between the 2009–10 season and the 2017–18 season.
The defending champions are accused of breaking league rules that provide for the transmission of “accurate financial information that gives a true and fair view of the club’s financial position”.
The accurate financial information needed, according to the Premier League, was related to “revenue (including sponsorship revenue), its related parties and its operating costs”.
The second list of alleged violations relates to the seasons 2009–10 to 2012–13, inclusive, and purports to be a violation of the rule “requiring a member club to include full information of manager remuneration in its relevant contracts with its manager.”
Between December 2009 and May 2013, Roberto Mancini, the current manager of Italy, managed the club.
A club is required to “provide full details of player remuneration within the applicable contracts,” according to the second batch of alleged violations.
The third section discusses purported transgressions of Premier League rules requiring clubs to adhere to UEFA Financial Fair Play guidelines.
For suspected violations of the FFP regulations, City was given a two-year suspension from UEFA tournaments in February 2020. However, the sentence was quashed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in July of that same year.
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