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Multi-Ownership Rules Restrict Man Utd from Signing Defender

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Multi-Ownership Rules Restrict Man Utd from Signing Defender

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Manchester United has been banned by UEFA from signing Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo.

This decision comes under UEFA’s multi-club ownership rules after both teams were cleared to compete in next season’s Europa League.

Meanwhile, Manchester City has been permitted to finalize the signing of Savio from within their City Football Group (CFG) structure.

This was based on an agreement reached before UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body began its inquiry into City’s ownership links with Girona.

Both United and City received clearance to participate in UEFA competitions next season after significant changes were implemented in the ownership, governance, and financial structures of their affiliated clubs.

They were both banned from signing players from Nice and Girona, respectively.

This includes permanent or loan agreements, directly or indirectly, from July 2024 until September 2025, except for pre-existing transfer agreements made before the opening of the CFCB proceedings.

United had been linked with Todibo, who had also been the subject of a rejected £25 million bid by West Ham United.
However, they will now be unable to sign him next summer.


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