Man City to be hit with transfer ban for two windows within days

Man City to be hit with transfer ban for two windows within days

MANCHESTER CITY will be slapped with a transfer ban for TWO WINDOWS within days. Fifa are poised to confirm the Etihad outfit are the next club to

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MANCHESTER CITY will be slapped with a transfer ban for TWO WINDOWS within days.

Fifa are poised to confirm the Etihad outfit are the next club to be found guilty of breaching rules on the transfers of minors after a long-term probe.

Man City could be hit with a two-window transfer ban by Fifa
Man City could be hit with a two-window transfer ban by Fifa for breaching rules on signing minors
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It is expected City will receive the same ban handed out to Chelsea last month.

A Fifa insider told SunSport: “We have been investigating City as part of a long-term investigation.

“We expect there will be an announcement on City, very similar to the one we made on Chelsea, in the next week or two. It is coming very soon.”

There could be even more trouble for the champions after it emerged Fifa are preparing a SEPARATE probe.

Man City's deal for Jadon Sancho in 2014 is under scrutiny
Man City’s deal for Jadon Sancho in 2014 is under scrutiny
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Football’s governing body are looking into allegations about the club’s funding of the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana.

The two-window ban will force boss Pep Guardiola to scrap plans for a £150million summer spend.

Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell was City’s prime target in July along with a long-term replacement for Fernandinho.

Pep Guardiola was also hoping to land a centre-back and a striker.

Manchester City declined to comment.

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The football academy that produced Iheanacho could also spell trouble for City
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