Man City faces ban for allegedly misleading UEFA and breaking FFP rules

Man City faces ban for allegedly misleading UEFA and breaking FFP rules

- Manchester City who are EPL champions could be banned by UEFA

- They have been accused of misleading the European football governing body

- Pep Guardiola's men could be replaced in the Champions League by Arsenal

Premier League champions Manchester City are now on the verge of getting a one year ban from UEFA for allegedly misleading the European football governing body.

The Citizens recently won the 2018/19 Premier League title and they will be preparing to represent England next season in the Champions League.

But their dream of conquering Europe next year could be destroyed with the latest revelation coming in about the Etihad based club.

Football fans around the world are currently wondering why Manchester City will be banned and what will be their fate going by the latest reports.

What are Man City being accused of?

UEFA governing body are currently investigating Manchester City for providing files which appear to show City inflating sponsorship income.

The Files reportedly include documents and e-mails which show efforts made by City officials to skirt Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulation.

Does a Champions League ban look most likely?

The panel currently investigating Manchester City can only recommend that the club are banned from the Champions League.

But the final decision will be made by the Adjudicatory Chamber of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body.

What would happen to the fourth CL spot?

If Manchester City eventually get a ban from UEFA, then their Champions League space will be taken by Arsenal, and if the Gunners win the Europa League, then Manchester United will have the chance to play in Champions League.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsenal are likely to be handed a Champions League lifeline if Man City get a ban from Europe’s football governing body UEFA.

According to the report, the Etihad dwellers are facing a possible ban from UEFA, over issues bothering on breaches of alleged financial fair play.

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