UEFA will announce economic sanctions on ten teams in Europe for non-compliance with Financial Fair Play in the 2020/2021 season, including Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, Times reports.
The season in which the irregularities regarding economic control were committed coincides with the arrival and explosion of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The initial analysis done by UEFA flagged as many as 20 teams, which included Premier League club Arsenal and French Ligue 1 side Marseille.
But as things stand, the final accounts for many of these 20 teams are yet to be filed with UEFA, and once done, their situation might as well change.
The case with the likes of PSG, Barcelona, and Juventus, however, is extremely different.
PSG and Barcelona are the two teams said to be in more danger as they are in full legal proceedings against UEFA along with Real Madrid due to the entire Super League issue.
At the moment, both Barcelona and Juventus are said to be refusing to negotiate with UEFA.