Cases such as PSG are being studied by the entity. 

Cases such as PSG are being studied by the entity. 

The Uefa would have in its sights 20 of the main clubs in Europe, for not complying with the Financial Fair Play during the 2020-21 season.

The names of all the teams that Uefa has in its sights, but there are several heavyweights: Paris Saint-Germain, Olympique de Marseille, Inter, Roma, Juventus and Barcelona.

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It should be remembered that these last two clubs have legal proceedings against Uefa, in which Real Madrid is also involved. They are the teams that promoted the creation of the Super League and for this reason they have questioned whether the entity has the exclusivity to carry out this type of competition.

 Cases like the PSG are being studied by the entity. 

The sanctions would range from fines, in the case of PSG and Marseille, to other much stronger punishments, such as the exclusion of international competitions or the prohibition of some operations, according to the version published by The Times.

PSG, the most complicated case

The most complicated case is that of PSG, which has been breaching financial Fair Play for the last three years. According to L'Equipe, the deficit in each of the last three seasons is in the order of 30 million euros.

For this reason, Uefa gave PSG a margin of three years to correct this situation and has already sent him a letter urging him to take action. In addition, according to a version of the newspaper Marca, the punishment could be severe in sports.

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Starting in 2023, Uefa will change the rules related to financial Fair Play, with a new limitation for clubs: the percentage of revenue allocated to player salaries, transfers and agent fees will be limited.

Cases like the one with PSG are being studied by the entity. 

The idea of ​​the entity is that the clubs, in 2023, cannot spend more than 90 percent of its budget, but that figure will decrease in the following two years: 80 percent in 2024 and 70 percent in 2025.

Furthermore, this control will not be done only during the transfer market, but which will be measured at different times of the season, while the clubs remain in international competition.

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