Premier League sides supposedly release a bid to stop Manchester City from competing in Europe next season.
Premier League sides have actually supposedly released a bid to stop Manchester City from competing in Europe next season.
Pep Guardiola‘s side were prohibited from European competition for 2 years following a breach of financial fair play rules, although an appeal against the decision is currently ongoing.
According to the Daily Mail, 8 of the top 10 sides in the Premier League have actually sent a joint application to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, with City and Sheffield United stated to be the only 2 teams not included in the process.
The report declares that the Premier League clubs wrote independently to the exact same law firm, and all 8 supposedly object to a possible notion that City’s penalty is ‘remained’ while the appeal continues.
The finals of this season’s Champions League and Europa League have actually both been postponed in the middle of the coronavirus break out.