UEFA have released an official statement confirming that they are postponing their judgement on AC Milan’s FFP violations.
Reports have suggested that the Rossoneri will ask to be banned from his seasons Europa League as punishment for their breaches.
This would in theory mean that the relationship with UEFA is reset and the club could focus their full attention (Coppa Italia aside) on a top four finish next season.
However, the European governing body has officially suspended proceedings against AC Milan over Financial Fair Play until after the ongoing Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAS) appeal from last year has been resolved.
Their statement reads: “The CFCB ordered a procedural suspensive proceeding against the failure to comply with the balance sheet requirements for the financial years concluded in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
“The suspension will remain in place until the resolution of the TAS.”