Manchester City Football Club have been charged by the Premier League for alleged violations of financial regulations. The club is accused of overstating its sponsorship revenue in its accounts, which were submitted to the governing body between 2012 and 2016 but will this have any impact on the Premier League title race this season?
Arsenal may well have done a deal in January if not for Financial Fair Play regulations, according to a report.
As expected, Manchester City have had their two-year European football ban overturned meaning they can now play in the Champions League next season and Arsenal definitely can't.
UEFA could open another investigation into Manchester City with it being claimed that they over-inflated their sponsorship money to fiddle Financial Fair Play regulations between 2012 and 2016.
The Premier League has lifted the FFP wage restrictions that caused Arsenal so much trouble after they smashed up their wage structure for the craic.
The transfer window opens in hours, so we thought we'd take a look at how much the Gunners should have available to spend in January.
UEFA President Michel Platini was interviewed on RMC radio and he announced a possible change in the Financial Fair Play rules. The matter is in...