Chelsea and Manchester City have received warnings about potential relegation if found guilty of violating Financial Fair Play regulations of the PremierLeague.
In March, Everton was sent to an independent panel, facing allegations of breaching Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR).
The accusation centred on exceeding the allowed £105 million loss over a three-year period, with the commission tasked to assess the charge.
Consequently, Everton incurred a ten-point deduction from their current season total, a decision the club expressed being “shocked” by in an official statement.
However, the ruling is under appeal, and the deadline for the appeal is imminent, marking the final judgment on the deduction.
The development sparked debates on the severity of the punishment, prompting discussions about Manchester City.
The Premier League brought forward 115 alleged charges against the club in February, initiating a lengthy legal process before a decision is reached.
Chelsea also entered discussions, linked to previous allegations against former owner Roman Abramovich, though no charges have been filed at this juncture.
Former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, criticized the Premier League’s decision to fine clubs involved in forming the European Super League, particularly in the aftermath of Everton’s recent points deduction.
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