UEFA investigates finances of 76 European clubs
UEFA is investigating 76 clubs that compete in the Champions League and Europa League for possible violations of the regulation of financial fair play designed to curb the overspending.
The first sanctions against clubs will be announced in April, UEFA said this Friday.
The clubs are at risk of being excluded from future competitions of the UEFA for the most serious rules violations designed to encourage them to achieve a balance in trade football-related.
Between the clubs to be scrutinized include the Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City, active clubs in the Champions League that generate high expenses for European competitions.
UEFA expects several clubs contest its sanctions before the Court of Arbitration for Sport prior to the step of group draw to be held in late August.