Juve, Inter and Roma at risk of penalties for financial fair play

Uefa is preparing to announce measures

Uefa is preparing to announce sanctions in the next month for twenty clubs that allegedly violate the rules of Financial Fair Play until the 2020/21 season and among them Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Inter and Rome. This was reported by the British newspaper ‘The Times’.

The Nerazzurri and the Giallorossi have already been alerted by the European Football Association, with which they would have opened negotiations to reduce the measures, which would still include a fine and market restrictions. Under current UEFA rules (set to change at the end of this season), a team can only have € 30 million in losses over three seasons, even if smart expenses such as for the youth and women’s team are not counted.

The position of Juventus is complicated by the legal battle still underway with Uefa for the Super League: both the bianconeri and Barcelona, ​​another big in the sights, would currently refuse to enter into a negotiation with Uefa to reduce the entity. sanctions that have yet to be established.