The Premier League has accused Man City of breaking more than 100 financial regulations.
The conclusion of a four-year investigation is this.
In a statement released on Monday, the Premier League claimed that the violations occurred throughout nine seasons, from 2009 to 2018.
City won the Premier League three times during that time.
The alleged infractions, according to the Premier League, involved “inaccurate financial information that presents a genuine and fair perspective of the club’s financial status,” including its “income,” “sponsorship revenue,” and “running costs.”
If the charges against City are proven true, the club could face penalties ranging from a possible points deduction to a possible expulsion from the Premier League. City has been referred to an independent commission.