The two Italian clubs under investigation from UEFA for the Financial Fair Play carefully managed their accounts in 2016. Inter and Roma received positive news from the European football organization.
Today, UEFA released updates in reference to the economic situation of the 14 clubs under the Settlement Agreement of the Financial Fair Play. According to the statement, Dinamo Zagabria, Manchester City, and Paris Saint-Germain respected all the parameters and from now on they will not have further FFP obligations.
Roma, Monaco, and Fenerbahçe carefully respected the obligations set up for the 2015-16 season as well. The Giallorossi are, therefore, close to a positive end of this “relationship” with UEFA, even if the European football organization will monitor Roma’s accounts during the next season as well.
Beşiktaş and Trabzonspor did not fully comply with UEFA’s obligations in the latest budget. Both clubs will suffer limitations in the number of players available for the European competitions and over the transfer market sessions.
In reference to the other clubs that are currently under settlement agreements, Astana, Krasnodar, Lokomotiv Mosca, FC Rubin Kazan, and Zenit (Russia), investigations are still ongoing and updates on their situation will be provided by UEFA in the coming months.