UEFA fines Barcelona and Manchester United following club break-even test

PSG, Milan, Inter, Marseille, Roma, Monaco and Besiktas escaped financial penalties

First Chamber of the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) UEFA made several decisions following the club break-even review covering the financial years 2019-22.

CFCB fined Barcelona 500 thousand euros for an incorrect report in 2022. The Blaugranas claimed profits from the sale of intangible rights, which are not eligible income under the rules.

Manchester United reported a slight break-even deficit and must pay a fine of 300 thousand euros. For the same reason, Konyaspor and APOEL were fined 100,000 euros.

PSG, Milan, Inter, Marseille, Roma, Monaco and Besiktas have met the targets set by the CFCB for 2022 and escaped financial penalties.

Antwerp, Trabzonspor, FC Riga, Olympia Ljubljana, Slovan Bratislava, Anderlecht and Istanbul Basaksehir were also fined. More details about CFCB solutions can be found at UEFA official website at the link.

Source: Sportarena

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