AC MILAN have breached Financial Fair Play regulations for a second time and could face an even harsher punishment from UEFA as a result.

Not only have the club struggled on the pitch, but the situation off it is even worse.

Milan are already facing punishment from UEFA for overspending in the three years leading up to 2017.

While the club are currently challenging that ruling in the Court of Arbitration for Sport, they could still face a ban from UEFA competition.

Now, they are in even more trouble after breaching financial fair play rules for a second time.

As reported by the Times, Milan have ‘breached financial rules in the three-year period leading up to 2018 as well.’

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UEFA confirmed that to the Times, revealing their findings and explaining this is separate from AC Milan’s previous case.

 

AC MILAN have breached Financial Fair Play regulations for a second time and could face an even harsher punishment from UEFA as a result.

Not only have the club struggled on the pitch, but the situation off it is even worse.

Milan are already facing punishment from UEFA for overspending in the three years leading up to 2017.

While the club are currently challenging that ruling in the Court of Arbitration for Sport, they could still face a ban from UEFA competition.

Now, they are in even more trouble after breaching financial fair play rules for a second time.

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As reported by the Times, Milan have ‘breached financial rules in the three-year period leading up to 2018 as well.’

UEFA confirmed that to the Times, revealing their findings and explaining this is separate from AC Milan’s previous case.

 

 

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