AC Milan faces another round of UEFA punishment for breaking financial fair play rules. UEFA says its independent club finance investigators have sent Milan's current file to a panel of judges.
The latest case is separate from the panel's judgment in December that fined Milan 12 million euros ($13.5 million) and threatened a one-season ban from European competition if the club fails to break even on transfers, wages and other expenses in June 2021.
The previous case covered a three-year rolling assessment of Milan's finances up to 2017. The latest prosecution covers the next three-year assessment, through 2018. Although Milan is a seven-time European champion, its finances have taken a hit during a five-year failure to qualify for the Champions League.
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