Manchester City 'extremely concerned' over reports of Champions League ban

Manchester City 'extremely concerned' over reports of Champions League ban

City will attempt to wrap up an impressive domestic treble when they take on Watford in the FA Cup Final at Wembley on Saturday evening.

However, Ornstein also warned that a number of other major European clubs were also showing interest in purchasing Sancho before next season - but that more Premier League clubs were not among them.

Meanwhile, Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola edged out Klopp to a trophy for the second time in three days as the Catalan claimed the League Managers' Association manager of the year on Tuesday.

However, UEFA began a new probe after further allegations about the same period initially looked into were made in German publication Der Spiegel a year ago.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is the player of the year at Crystal Palace to put into context his superb performances for the Eagles this season.

For young winger Jadon Sancho, Manchester United might find it hard to lure him away from Borussia Dortmund ahead of other clubs due to the absence of Champions League football at the Theatre of Dreams next season.

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A final conclusion over the current investigations is not likely to be reached before the start of next season's Champions League.

Guardiola has had the luxury of making a few disastrous signings and blowing £100m and brushing it off as if he had dropped a penny, but no other club in the Premier League can just spend and spend again if they make transfer mistakes on that scale.

They won 14 games in succession to win the title by a point and at least 10 of those games came against opponents who knew they were beaten before a ball had been kicked.

And, in a further case of unwanted publicity for City, footage emerged of some players apparently singing a derogatory song about title rivals Liverpool as they celebrated on Sunday.

The Scotsman has been one of Liverpool's standout players of the season, registering 13 assists in all competitions this season.

Fining a football club that has unlimited funds is pointless, but threatening them with points deductions would certainly focus their mind and maybe the only way to encourage them to change their ways.