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LaLiga files latest FFP complaints against PSG and Manchester City

Kylian Mbappé of Paris Saint-Germain breaks past John Stones of Manchester City (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

LaLiga, the governing body of Spain’s top two professional football divisions, has filed a complaint with Uefa against French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain for an alleged breach of financial fair play (FFP) rules, adding to a complaint against English Premier League team Manchester City lodged in April.

LaLiga filed the complaints on the grounds that PSG and Manchester City are in “continuous breach” of Uefa’s FFP regulations and has claimed that their practices “alter the ecosystem and sustainability” of football.

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