BARÇA NEWS: UEFA fines Barcelona for breaching FFP rules

BARÇA NEWS: UEFA fines Barcelona for breaching FFP rules

Barcelona have been fined €500,000 for breaching financial fair play rules for the 2022-2023 financial year.


According to Reuters, the Blaugrana appealed the fine after it was revealed that he misrepresented his income.

UEFA’s audit body concluded that the accounts submitted to UEFA included income from intangible assets, which did not reflect player sales and was not relevant to FFP calculations.


It’s not a huge blow financially, but it’s far from ideal for Barcelona, ​​who have struggled to spend under La Liga’s financial controls. The misappropriated proceeds may be related to the sale of assets, including interests in television rights and video distribution subsidiaries.


Barcelona’s main battle is against Caso Negreira.

They were accused of corruption and bribery in the sport and won a stay of execution from UEFA.

In this case, he would have been expelled for bringing the convention into disrepute. They are waiting to be found guilty by a Spanish court before Barcelona can decide what to do with them, and if found guilty the club could be banned for a year.


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