Manchester City could be banned from UEFA competitions if what was revealed during the recent football leaks saga is proven to be true, according to the organisation's c
The Premier League champions were among a handful of teams who were targeted by the leaks towards the back end of last year, which also included European heavyweights Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.
It was claimed that City
Investigators are still sifting through all the published material, but UEFA's chief investigator
Big contrast to Man City & Paris Saint-Germain comms approach to leaks.— Rob Harris (@RobHarris) November 8, 2018
PSG acknowledging content of leaks & addressing some concerns about racial profiling of players.
City now offered no defence for a week as evidence of wrongdoing mounts & damage to club’s reputation escalates
"If it is true what has been written, there might be a serious problem,"
As the Champions League remains the one trophy which has alluded Manchester City since their takeover a decade ago, fans at the Etihad will be desperate that their club hasn't crossed any boundaries with their finances.
They have been tipped as one of the favourites for the competition this season following their brilliant Premier League title win, but success in Europe would likely be marred by the football leaks revelations before investigators even come to a decision.