PSG, AC MILAN AND JUVENTUS INCLUDED: The 8 clubs that did NOT break even in Financial Fair Play according to UEFA

PSG, AC MILAN AND JUVENTUS INCLUDED: The 8 clubs that did NOT break even in Financial Fair Play according to UEFA

Through a statement on its official website, UEFA has indicated that the UEFA Club Financial Control Board Chamber, better known as the CFCB, has taken decisions which affect clubs. who participated in the 2021/22 UEFA club competitions. And yes, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi’s PSG is in the photo.

He does not speak explicitly of sanctions (even if they could well be considered as such), but of “conciliation agreements”. The clubs concerned by the question are the PSG, AC Milan, Juventus, Inter, AS Roma, AS Monaco, Olympique de Marseille and Besiktas.

After analyzing the financial years 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 (the period 2020 and 2021 was assessed according to the emergency measures of COVID-19), it was concluded that the entities mentioned THEY DID NOT COMPLY WITH THE SECURITY REQUIREMENT financial fair play.

In total, the financial contributions – adding the payments from the 8 clubs – will be 172 million euros. Of this amount, 26 million euros will be paid in full and unconditionally, while the remaining 146 million euros are conditional on meeting the targets set in each agreement (that they balance their books and thus meet the stability requirements) .


THE 8 CLUBS WHO VIOLATED – UEFA COMMUNICATION

  • AS Monaco: 2 million euros (0.3 million euros in unconditional amount).
  • Olympic Marseille : 2 million euros (0-3 million euros in unconditional amount).
  • Besiktas: 4 million euros (0.6 million euros in unconditional amount).
  • AC Milan: 15 million euros (2 million euros unconditionally).
  • Juventus: 23 million euros (3.5 million euros in unconditional amount).
  • Switch: 26 million euros (4 million euros in unconditional amount).
  • AS Roma: 35 million euros (5 million euros in unconditional amount).
  • PSG: 65 million euros (10 million euros in unconditional amount).

The settlement agreements cover a period of 3 or 4 years. The unconditional amount must be paid yes or yes (the figures we put above in parentheses), while the rest of the amount will be paid over the 3 or 4 years that have been accepted if the objectives that the we settled down. That is to say: the highest personalities, those on the left, are suspended and this is what they could pay if they fail in the mission to regularize themselves.

As part of the 3-year settlement agreement, the clubs have pledged to meet the football revenue standard during the 2025/26 season (to be put in order for this campaign). In the event that they do not, if they are not regulated within these 3 years, they expose themselves to the application of financial and sporting measures. There will be annual goals to achieve.

AS Roma and Inter opted for a 4-year liquidation and regularization agreement, while the rest of the clubs (PSG, Juventus, AC Milan, Besiktas, Marseille and AS Monaco) opted for a 3-year period .

Some fans believed that FC Barcelona, ​​due to their strategies and recent signings, would come out poorly on this assessment. Well, it wasn’t. And UEFA explained why.

In the last section of their report, they shared that 19 other clubs that have participated in UEFA competitions, namely BVB, Chelsea, FC Barcelona, ​​Basel, Union Berlin, Fenerbahce, Feyenoord, Leicester City, Manchester City, Lyon , Rangers, Betis, Royal Antwerp, Sevilla, Lazio, Napoli, Trabzonspor, Wolfsburg and West Ham were able to meet the balance requirement due to the application of the COVID-19 emergency measures or because they benefited from historical positive balance results.



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