Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola
Barcelona might have a a not so good start to 2024 given the mounting rumors of a potential UEFA fine for certain financial rule violations. According to reports, the Catalan giants have been threatened with punishment for their failure to correctly declare cub expenses against produced cash in accordance with UEFA financial regulations.
Barcelona announced a €304 million post-tax profit in September of last year after pulling a number of financial levers and since that time of the story that was published by German publication Die Welt, the Catalan club has not responded to the reports and are allegedly taken aback by the leak.
After the European Court of Justice’s recent ruling on the European Super League, which criticized certain UEFA and FIFA practices, the narrative has nevertheless continued to develop.
Barcelona may be subject to a significant punishment and a two- to three-year ban from the Champions League if they are penalized by UEFA.
According to the most recent information from Marca, Barcelona’s case will be decided in full in February, maybe around the time they begin their Champions League round of sixteen matchup with Napoli.
According to Diario AS, Raphael Varane is reportedly dissatisfied at Manchester United due to his lack of playing time this season and he is reportedly open to returning to Real Madrid in the winter should the opportunity arise.
It is unclear if Real Madrid will select Varane as their player in January as Ancelotti is interested in the Frenchman although the club management might choose a younger player instead.
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Over the past week, there has been a lot of conjecture on whether Real Madrid will recruit a new center-back in January. Due to David Alaba’s season-ending injury, Carlo Ancelotti’s only available center backs are Antonio Rudiger and Nacho Fernandez. Eder Militao isn’t anticipated to play again until March at the earliest.
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