Masters reveals Manchester City trial date has been locked.

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters. It said a date for Manchester City trial into more than 115 cases of alleged breaches of the league’s financial rules has been set. But cannot reveal when.

According to the Premier League, Manchester City, who were charged in February 2023 are said to have breached the rules over a period of nine seasons between 2009 and 2018. During which time they won the league three times.

Everton and Nottingham Forest were charged with breaching the Premier League’s profitability and sustainability rules earlier this week. And the Toffees were also deducted 10 points in November for the same offence ทางเข้า UFABET 

When asked by the Culture. Media and Sports Committee at a committee meeting on Tuesday. That he can understand fans’ frustration. Regarding whether there could be a delay in City’s trial. Masters replied: “I can understand that. But they have very different charges.”

“If any club, whether it is the current champion team or any other team, found to be in breach of financial rules for 2023. They will be in exactly the same position as Everton or Nottingham Forest.”

“The volume and nature of the charges placed before Manchester City I cannot speak to. It is being heard in a completely different environment.”

“A date has been set for that action. Unfortunately I can’t tell you when. But it’s progressing. I can’t give any details about Manchester City other than to say a date has been set. I can’t tell you when that day is.”