There’s been an issue in the past few years about the financial fair play in football and it is being taken very seriously by the likes of UEFA and FIFA.
They strictly punish those teams who break the regulations and recently the teams like Manchester City and Chelsea have been punished cause City received a heavy fine from UEFA for breaking their rules and then they had imposed a transfer ban on Chelsea for 2 years.
And now the hierarchy of UEFA have launched an investigation for all of the clubs in Europe in order to understand which team has been complying with the regulations and which aren’t.
Barcelona escapes the crutches of FPP
So once this news was out everyone thought that FC Barcelona were the main team to get punished as right throughout the summer the Catalan giants were spending money on transfers by signing the likes of Lewandowski, Raphinha and many more.
So the English media largely criticised the club saying that they were completing these big deals illegally and there would be consequences for them which may result in not allowing them to register their players.
But then UEFA released a list of 8 clubs who did not follow the regulations of financial fair play and have broken rules with the likes of AS Monaco, Besiktas, AC Milan, Juventus, Inter Milan, PSG and some more in the list.
However, it was a major surprise to all the journalists and analysts in the world that FC Barcelona were not in the list and it was even confirmed by UEFA’s president that the La Liga side has followed every rule and hasn’t broken any regulations or done any deal illegally.
All in all, the Spanish giants have done it the right way and they have built an incredible squad over the summer.