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Manchester City has been referred to the governing body UEFA over alleged financial reporting breaches.
UEFA’s Judicial Chamber has recommended a Champions League ban if allegations of misleading the body are proved.
Manchester City have had problems since Mansour bin Zayed took over ownership of the club.
Now, an investigation by German magazine Der Spiegel has created fresh doubts about the club’s conduct.
The magazine claims the club has mislead UEFA on their financial details.
It alleged City inflated the value of their commercial deals with Abu Dhabi-based companies and hid their payments.
In response, UEFA has opened an investigation over potential breaches of its break-even rule.
The club might face a ban from European football if the allegations are proved.
City also released a statement saying they are ‘not surprised’ by the ruling but completely deny the allegations.
Manchester City are seeking an unprecedented domestic treble when they face Watford in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

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