Pep Guardiola has challenged Manchester City’s detractors to produce evidence if they believe the Blues are breaking Financial Fair Play laws.
After the Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned City’s two-year ban from European play for violating Uefa’s FFP regulations, suspicions about the club’s spending have resurfaced.
Guardiola defended City’s £100 million signing of England midfielder Jack Grealish, which set a new British record.
The transaction was only possible, according to the Spanish manager, because of the club’s £60 million in sales in the previous 12 months, notably the £11 million acquired from Borussia Dortmund following Jadon Sancho’s move to Manchester United.
Source: BBC Sport