UEFA maintains restrictions on FC Porto in the context of financial fair play

Among the limitations are the number of players registered on List A (the one that includes the main players registered in the European events), as well as other restrictions on newly transferred players.

The investigative chamber of the UEFA Club Financial Control Committee has announced that it will maintain some restrictions on Futebol Clube do Porto, TVI reported this Friday 7 August.

In a press release, UEFA decided that FC Porto only "partially" fulfilled the financial fair play goals set for the 2019/20 season and as such decided to continue to apply some restrictions to the national champion during the 2020/21 season.

Among the limitations are the number of players registered on List A (the one that includes the main players registered in the European events), as well as other restrictions on newly transferred players.

As for Galatasaaray, Kairat Almaty and Maccabi Tel Aviv, in the letter, UEFA said that they met the proposed objectives, but will remain under monitoring. Who will leave the monitoring regime will be the Romanians of Cluj who met the global objectives

UEFA also noted that it included three more clubs in the monitoring regime: Lille, Istanbul Basaksehir and Wolverhampton, which have fallen short of the requirement and as such will be monitored in the coming seasons. The Wolves will remain in this regime for two seasons, Lille and Istanbul Basaksehir for four seasons.

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