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Leicester Tigers fined £310,000 for breaching salary cap after image rights payments

Leicester Tigers players during this season's clash with London Irish (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

English rugby union side Leicester Tigers has been fined almost £310,000 ($404,643/€368,536) for breaching Premiership Rugby’s salary cap regulations across a four-year period, it has been announced. 

Premiership Rugby has been investigating the club for the past year, looking into payments made to players during the four seasons between 2016-17 and 2019-20.

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