Union of European Football Association (UEFA) has announced that the organization will continue its investigations into the finances of nine European clubs, to new rules requiring institutions to contain their losses, but did not disclose the name of the teams.

” More information will be given when the process is complete,” said a UEFA spokesman after reports of several means, said clubs with large expenses, such as Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain, were given the opportunity to resolve breaches of the rules of ” Financial Fair Play “.

After complying with the Financial Fair Play rules, these teams would be free to participate in the Champions League next season. It is speculated that the details of these agreements could be made public this week

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