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15:40  27 july  2020
15:40  27 july  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

Manchester City and UEFA: the end of financial fair play?

 Manchester City and UEFA: the end of financial fair play? © Supplied by Sofoot The sentence fell on Monday. Manchester City has been fully cleared by the Sports Arbitral Tribunal in its dispute with UEFA over failure to respect financial fair play.

Manchester City will face Spanish giants Real Madrid in their first ever Champions League semi-final clash in a match which will see Cristiano Ronaldo Man City , Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich are bidding to win the Champions League trophy. Former Lazio and Inter Milan midfielder

Manchester City 's Champions League showdown with Real Madrid 'set to go ahead as planned' People arriving in UK from Spain are required to quarantine now for 14 days This raised questions over Manchester City 's game with Real Madrid

Pas de câlins le 7 août, messieurs © Provided by Sofoot No hugs on August 7, men

Phew of relief to UEFA.

While the British government has introduced the obligation of a fortnight for anyone arriving from Spain this Sunday, the Real Madrid delegation has the right to a derogation for their visit to Manchester on the occasion of the round of 16 second leg Champions League, scheduled for August 7.

Liverpool and City end well, Villa maintained

The Digital Culture, Media and Sports Department has informed Sky Sports News that Zinedine Zidane and his players will be considered an exception. " The exempted people will live and work in bubbles controlled behind closed doors ", it is however specified. A system that concerns “ athletes, event organizers, coaches, doctors, and members of the media”.

It is the exception that proves the rule, it seems.

Manchester City to pocket a big check thanks to Sancho (Dortmund) .
Manchester City management are expected to reap a pretty big payoff if Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho leaves for Manchester United. © Supplied by Football 365 Jadon Sancho One of the big issues in this summer transfer window is Manchester United’s interest in young England BVB nugget Jadon Sancho. According to The Daily Mail, , the former club of 20-year-old forward Manchester City, are expected to receive 15% of the total amount of a possible transfer.

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