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Chelsea and Manchester City have received warnings from the Premier League, indicating that they could potentially be expelled from the league. The English football governing body underscored that such a consequence could await both clubs if found guilty of violating Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

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Manchester City is currently contesting 115 charges brought by Premier League legal authorities since February 2023, while Chelsea, currently occupying the 11th position, has yet to face charges.

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The financial impropriety of Chelsea during the Roman Abramovich era was flagged last summer, with payments to agents being conducted outside the club’s official records.

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In a related development, the recent four-point deduction imposed on Nottingham Forest by the EPL serves as a precedent, as highlighted by an English FA commission. The commission detailed the context of Forest’s breach of Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSR), amounting to £34.5 million.

Furthermore, the commission outlined a range of sanctions available for FFP breaches, including warnings and even expulsion from the Premier League, particularly for major infractions. They stressed that while minor breaches might not warrant expulsion, major violations could result in severe penalties.

According to reports from UK Sun Sport, the gravity of the allegations against Chelsea and Manchester City suggests they could fall into the “major” category if proven true.

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