AC Milan are not among the clubs who are set to receive some form of punishment from UEFA over Financial Fair Play breaches, a report claims.
Milan have a complicated recent history when it comes to the Financial Fair Play system as they still operate under a Settlement Agreement as part of a punishment incurred due to the spending under the Chinese ownership in 2017.
MilanNews reported in June that UEFA have had meetings with many European clubs to talk about their financial situation and Milan are one of them, with the feeling being that Rossoneri have embarked on a much more virtuous path under Elliott Management.
According to The Times, UEFA are preparing to announce sanctions in the coming month for 10 clubs who have breached FFP rules up to 2020-21, including Barcelona, PSG, Juventus, Inter and Roma.
UEFA are expected to hand punishments to PSG, Marseille, Inter and Roma as part of agreed settlements with the clubs. These are expected to be fines for PSG and Marseille, and fines plus transfer restrictions for the two Serie A clubs.