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Manchester City 'still under investigation for FFP breaches'

Man City 'still under investigation for FFP breaches'
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A report claims that UEFA's investigation into Manchester City's finances, which led to a two-year European ban that was later overturned, remains "unresolved".

Manchester City are still being investigated by UEFA for financial fair play breaches, according to a report.

The Citizens have twice been punished for breaking the rules, put in place to govern mass spending, over the past seven years.

City were hit with a two-year ban from all European competition and fined €30m euros (£26.9m) in 2019, although that was overturned on appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

The Daily Mail claims that Pep Guardiola's men are not in the clear just yet, however, as the investigation remains "unresolved" some two years on.

City, who are one win away from sealing another Premier League title, say they have "comprehensive proof" of their innocence and do not fear any further punishment.

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