Manchester Metropolis supervisor, Pep Guardiola, has insisted the membership is not going to face a Champions League ban for alleged Monetary Truthful Play (FFP) breaches.
UEFA president, Aleksander Ceferin, confirmed this week there’s a “concrete case” being investigated and Sky sources declare a suspension from European competitors might comply with.
Guardiola maintained that he has been given assurances by chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak and chief government Ferran Soriano, that the specter of a ban is not going to be adopted up on.
“We is not going to be banned, no. That’s what I believe as a result of I’ve belief in my chairman, with my CEO, what they’ve defined to me. I’ve belief in them. (However) if it occurs, as a result of UEFA resolve that, we’ll settle for it and transfer ahead,” the Spaniard mentioned.
Metropolis have been fined £49m and had their squad capped for failing FFP guidelines 4 years in the past.
They’ve come below recent scrutiny by recent paperwork obtained by Soccer Leaks.
They declare that Metropolis’s holding firm paid £59.5million of Etihad’s annual sponsorship deal, with solely £8m coming from the airline.