Financial offenses: UEFA asks PSG and Co. to checkout
The eight clubs were fined a total of 172 million euros, which are preserved or paid straight by the revenue from engagement in UEFA club competitions. Only 15 percent (a total amount of 26 million euros) are right away due.
The first Chamber of the Financial Control Chamber for Clubs (CFCB) found that Milan, the city rival Inter, record champ Juventus Turin and Conference Organization winner AS Rome from Italian series An in addition to the Ligue-1 reps PSG, as Monaco as well as Olympique Marseille and The Turkish top club Besiktas Istanbul did not meet the so-called break-even policies in the period 2018 to 2022, so they have spent even more cash than gained.
The remaining 85 percent (146 million euros) are revealed to probation. This is four years with Inter Milan and also the Roma, for the other 6 clubs 3 years. Paris St. Germain was confirmed with the best penalty: 10 million euros are instantly due, 65 million euros on probation.
The European Football Union (UEFA) has 8 European top clubs, including the French champ Paris Saint-Germain and the Italian title holder air conditioner Milan, with penalties due to offenses of the Financial Fair Play (FFP).
19 clubs that participated in the UEFA club competitions in 2021/22, including the Bundesliga reps Borussia Dortmund, Union Berlin as well as VfL Wolfsburg as well as the worldwide major clubs Manchester City, FC Chelsea and also FC Barcelona, according to UEFA Just many thanks to the application of corona releases in 2020 and 2021 or due to traditionally favorable economic results.
From the 2023 fiscal year, the recovery of the covid as well as the factor to consider of historic monetary outcomes.