‘I’m told…’ – Reliable reporter outlines what Man City are plotting in response to PL charges


Manchester City intend to ‘robustly’ defend themselves against the Premier League charges for breaking financial fair play rules, according to reliable reporter Mike Keegan.

City were hit with a series of charges on Monday morning regarding alleged breaches of financial regulations over a nine-year period.

Alleged breaches took place over an extended period from 2009 to 2018 and relate to financial information, profitability and sustainability, player and manager remuneration, failure to cooperate and UEFA regulations.

Charges by the Premier League have now been referred to an independent commission, with a Manchester City club statement stating that they were “surprised” by the Premier League’s decision and “look forward to this matter being put to rest once and for all.”

Pep Guardiola’s side are now preparing to do battle with the Premier League, who have been investigating the Sky Blues for four years.

Taking to Twitter in the wake of the news, Keegan provided an update on what the club’s next course of action could be following this morning’s bombshell.

The Daily Mail reporter said: “Will not come as a surprise but I’m told that City intend to ‘robustly’ defend themselves against PL charges which dropped this morning.”

Should Manchester City be found guilty then the club could face expulsion from the Premier League, while other possible punishments could include points deductions and unlimited fines.

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