Inter, Roma, Milan, and soon Juventus are the subject of Financial Fair Play proceedings from UEFA, but the clubs do not expect sanctions to come about from the proceedings.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the top Italian clubs believe that given the number of teams involved, it is very unlikely that the governing body would sanction them.
Yesterday Inter officially announced that they were the subject of FFP proceedings, which was also reported to be the case for a number of other clubs in Serie A and elsewhere in Europe.
The Rossoneri and the Giallorossi are also subject to the same proceedings, whilst it is expected that the Bianconeri will soon be as well.
Even with the relaxing of the regulations by UEFA due to the pandemic and the further extension of the period for declaring losses to allow teams to spread losses out, Inter and other Serie A clubs have been unable to fall within the parameters of regulations.
However, the governing body is planning to scrap FFP regulations, with changes to be made in May before an entirely new set of rules come into force in the 2024-25 season.
It is not entirely ruled out that sanctions could follow from these proceedings, but the clubs believe that it is UEFA’s intentions to work with them rather than seek sanctions.