After a four-year inquiry, the Premier League has penalized Manchester City with more than 100 financial rule violations.
Between 2009 and 2018, it has reported the club to a separate body for alleged rule violations.
Additionally, it charged City with failing to cooperate ever since the investigation’s opening in December 2018.
City stated that they were “surprised” by the allegations and that they are backed by “a body of indisputable evidence.”
From a fine and point penalty to expulsion from the Premier League, the commission has the power to punish.
Manchester City said in a statement that it was astonished by the publication of these alleged Premier League Rules violations, especially in light of the significant engagement and a wealth of detailed materials that the league had access to.
“The club welcomes an independent commission’s study of this issue in order to objectively take into account the substantial body of unchallengeable evidence that exists in support of its stance.
“As a result, we anticipate this issue being resolved definitively.”
After being acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group in 2008, City won the Premier League for the sixth time last season.