The European Premier League's governing body UEFA has recommended to ban Manchester City in this year's Champions League in the Champions League. This demand was raised against them because of breaking the rules of financial transparency. UEFA is investigating the matter
UEFA was meeting in Switzerland two weeks ago to review the bank's claims that it has breached the cost control rules. In response, it is said that the head of the investigation committee will hold a final meeting with the Belgian former Prime Minister Eves Letteram, and it will be possible to obtain the documents within this week.
However, this kind of ban will be effective from next season or it will be effective from the 2020/21 season.
However, if the punishment is received, then the man will be able to appeal against it. Meanwhile, Manchester City has denied the involvement of any financial irregularities. In March, they welcomed UEFA's investigation, saying that they would get rid of irregularities.