Manchester City's FFP payment to be shared among other clubs

Man City's FFP payment to be shared
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Clubs who played in Europe last season and complied with UEFA's FFP rules are set to receive a chunk of the hefty £50m fine that Man City have to pay.

The proceeds from the £50m fine that Manchester City have to pay to UEFA will be shared among other clubs who compete in Europe.

City accepted their hefty punishment for financial fair play (FFP) breaches earlier this year, but will only have to pay around £20m if they comply with the break-even rules in future seasons.

The first set of payments from City, Paris Saint-Germain and Zenit St Petersburg will total £20m and will be split among clubs who complied with the rules and competed in the Champions League and Europa League last season, with each set to receive around £200,000.

A similar sum will be distributed to clubs who comply with the FFP rules in this season's European competitions.

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