With Manchester City's UEFA Champions League ban potentially set to come with big consequences, here is the latest on the matter.
In February, it was announced that City would not be allowed to feature in Europe's biggest club competitions for two years after reportedly being found guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.
The English champions launched an appeal weeks after they were hit with the ban and fine, and it has now been reported that they will hear the result thereof from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in July.
"At the end of the hearing, both parties expressed their satisfaction with respect to the conduct of the procedure," CAS said in a statement, according to Sky Sports.
"The Panel of arbitrators in charge of the matter, composed of Mr Rui Botica Santos (Portugal), president, Prof. Ulrich Haas (Germany) and Mr Andrew McDougall QC (France), will start its deliberations and prepare the Arbitral Award containing their decision.
"The decision is expected to be issued during the first half of July 2020. The exact date will be communicated in advance."
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