Sunday 15 December 2019

UEFA confirms Liverpool probe

Liverpool are one of seven clubs under investigation by UEFA for potential breaches of financial fair play (FFP) regulations, European football's governing body announced today.

The Merseyside club were absent from European competition last year and only recently submitted detailed accounts to the governing body, which dictates that losses must be restricted to £35.4m over a two-year window.

Liverpool reported losses of £49.8million for the 2012-13 season, and £40.5m for the 10-month period before that, and join Monaco, Roma, Besiktas, Inter Milan, Krasnodar and Sporting Lisbon in being subjected to investigations relating to "potential break-even breaches".

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