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Man City FFP Breach: Pep Guardiola Talks of Quitting After Investigation

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Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has threatened to quit the club in the past if they are found to have breached financial regulations.

This threat has resurfaced again as the Premier League recently referred City to an independent commission to investigate over 100 alleged breaches of its financial rules spanning from 2009-2018.

Guardiola previously stated that if he ever found out that the owners had lied to him then “the day after would be not here” and further added that he trusted them “100 per-cent”.

City maintain its innocence, believing they have a comprehensive body of evidence in order to prove this, while welcoming the review by the independent commission in order for this matter to finally ‘be put to rest’.

The punishment for City could range from a fine, points deduction or a full expulsion from the Premier League.

In 2020, UEFA had initially ruled that City had committed ‘serious breaches’ but this was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport later on that year.

On Friday, Guardiola had hit back at those who backed UEFA’s decision and wanted City banned from the Champions League, suggesting it is inevitable for clubs such as Chelsea (with recent spending exceeding £500m) to splurge money on players due to their big ambitions.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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