Manchester City have spent a lot of money in the recent troubled period.
Britain’s ‘Give Me Sports’ said on the 8th (Korean time), “Man City has been indicted by the English Premier League (EPL) secretariat for more than 100 financial violations. The violation period is from 2009 to the end of the 2017-18 season.” Reporting and listing the teams that spent the most transfer fees based on the football statistics media ‘Transfer Markt’.
There has been a lot of controversy about Man City lately. On the 6th, the EPL Secretariat officially announced on the official website that it had referred the case to the committee in accordance with Man City’s alleged violation of the rules. According to the information announced by the EPL Secretariat, Manchester City are known to have violated a total of four charges.
In particular, from the 2009-10 season, he violated financial regulations for 9 seasons. Regarding this, the EPL Secretariat said, “Man City did not provide accurate financial information regarding revenue (including sponsorship revenue), related parties and operating costs.” In addition, they did not properly disclose management remuneration and did not abide by the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rule of the European Football Federation (UEFA).
According to ‘TransferMarkt’, Man City spent a total of 1.44 billion euros (approximately 1.9487 trillion won) in transfer fees during the period. No team in Europe has spent more money than Manchester City. The player with the highest transfer fee during this period was Kevin de Bruyne. In August 2015, Wolfsburg paid 76 million euros (approximately 102.8 billion won) to bring The Bruiner.
Manchester City was followed by Chelsea. Chelsea invested 1.12 billion euros (approximately 1.5156 trillion won). In addition, Barcelona followed with 1.1 billion euros (approximately 1,488.9 billion won) and Manchester United with 1.01 billion euros (approximately 1,366.8 billion won). In fifth place was Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) with 956.6 million euros 메이저사이트.
If Manchester City’s violation of the rules is true, it is expected that a strong disciplinary action will be given. UK’Sky Sports’ has mentioned potential penalties for Manchester City if the allegations are found to be true. Basically, it’s a score reduction. There is a possibility of expulsion from the league, but this is an extreme punishment.
Still, ‘Sky Sports’ explained, “We don’t expect the results to come out soon. The investigation has already been going on for four years, but it will take longer.” Since there are only about three months left in this season, even if the punishment is decided, it seems unlikely that it will be applied this time.