Uefa punishes Italian clubs: sanctions for Juve, Inter, Milan and Rome

Penalties for non-compliance with financial fair play

Milan, Rome, Inter and Juventus are among the clubs fined by Uefa for failing to comply with the rules relating to Financial Fair Play. For the Giallorossi and Nerazzurri, there are also restrictions on the market. In detail, here are the fines imposed on Italian clubs: Milan 15 million, Juventus 23 million, Inter 26 million and Rome 35 million.



Uefa announces that the First Section of the Club Financial Control Body Uefa “found that Milan, Monaco, Rome, Besiktas, Inter, Juventus, Olympique Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain did not respect the requirement of financial balance”. The analysis “covered the financial years 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022. The financial years 2020 and 2021 were the subject of the Covid emergency measures aimed at neutralizing the negative effects of the pandemic. Based on these measures, the financial years 2020 and 2021 were assessed as a single period and clubs were granted specific adjustments for covid-19 and to average the combined deficit of 2020 and 2021. “

“These eight clubs have agreed to pay € 172 million. These amounts will be deducted from any revenue these clubs earn from participating in Uefa club competitions or paid directly. Of this amount, € 26 million (15%) will be in full. paid while the residual balance of 146 million euros (85%) is conditional on compliance by these clubs with the objectives indicated in the respective settlement agreement “.

“The settlement agreements cover a period of 3 or 4 years. Under the 3-year settlement agreement, clubs commit to abide by the football earnings rule during the 2025/26 season. ‘application of conditional financial and sporting measures if these objectives are not met. The 4-year settlement agreement differs in that it provides for an additional season to comply with the football earnings rule, but includes unconditional sporting restrictions on the registration of new players applicable to starting from the 2022/23 season. As Roma and FC Internazionale Milano have opted for a 4-year settlement agreement while all the other clubs have opted for a 3-year period “.



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