The hearing for the Manchester City case begins at the Swiss headquarters of the TAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport) on Monday, punished by UEFA with two years without being able to participate in European competitions for systematically breaching the financial ‘fair play’. The Mancunian club will launch its entire defensive arsenal on accusations by the federal body regarding the alleged capital injections made illegally by lying in the amounts generated by advertising contracts.
The resolution that is passed will directly affect the sports planning of the Pep Guardiola. In recent weeks, rumors have risen about the departure of some of its stars who would not be willing to not play in the Champions League for the next two years.
What has transpired, as reported by the AP news agency, is that both Manchester City and UEFA itself have asked the TAS not to communicate who the judges will be in this media arbitration, followed in England with great expectation.