British football was rocked last Monday after the Premier League revealed that defending champions Manchester City had allegedly breached financial rules more than 100 times in several years.
After a four-year investigation, the BBC reported last week that an investigation revealed that City had breached the league’s financial rules more than 100 times between 2009 and 2018.
If convicted, penalties range from deductions to relegation, with Barcelona planning to raid the Premier League club if the latter occurs.
According to Fichajes, the Catalan club are planning to shed former manager Pep Guardiola from the Manchester outfit, and are also looking to sign Rodri and Julian Alvarez if Man City are sanctioned by the Premier League. is pointing to
Barcelona are planning to sign Pep Guardiola and will also sign Rodri and Julian Alvarez should Manchester City get Premier League sanctions.
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According to the Daily Mail, the outcome of the Man City case could take years, and by then no one knows what the situation will be for the above three characters.
The scenario in the report seems highly unlikely, but if it does somehow, Barcelona would be in great shape after having all three on board.