The English side Manchester City can breathe a sigh of relief after their 2 years ban from European club competition was uplifted by the Court of Sports for Arbitration (CAS).
Manchester City was given a 2 years ban in February this year by UEFA after it committed serious breaches of financial fair play regulations between 2012 and 2016 which saw them given a 30 million euros fine.
Announcing the ruling on Monday, UEFA said the 2018/19 English Premier League (EPL) champions will play in next year’s champions league as it overturned the decision made by Uefa’s club financial control body but will have to pay a fine of 10 million euros.
The decision has brought excitement to Pep Guardiola and his men but it remains to be seen if several players such as Kelvin de Bruyne will still commit themselves to the club after making a decision to leave the club if it will not play in next years champions league.
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