Anderlecht can still avoid this fine for the sake of clarity, but then the club must still bring the total break-even result of the club for the financial years 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 in accordance with UEFA’s requirements.
Antwerp has again been rapped on the fingers by UEFA. The leader in our Belgian competition will be monitored so that they correctly comply with the rules regarding Financial Fair Play from now on.
UEFA also reached a settlement of millions with several top European clubs, including PSG and Juventus, for violating the financial agreements.
PSG will initially have to pay 10 million euros, but this can rise to no less than 65 million euros in case of new violations.
Furthermore, the Italian top clubs can also expect a hefty fine because they have not met the break-even price. AS Roma must pay 5 million euros, Inter 4, Juventus 3.5 and Milan 2.
If these clubs do not meet the new targets in the recovery plans drawn up for them, these amounts can also increase in the coming years.
Finally, it is also striking that all Spanish and English clubs escape the dance. Special attention was paid to Manchester City, Chelsea and FC Barcelona, but UEFA concluded that these clubs have complied with the break-even principle.