6 June 2024 - 4:30 AM

Thursday briefing: Manchester City’s Premier League legal action puts EFL redistribution deal at risk

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Manchester City’s legal dispute with the Premier League over its Associated Party Transaction (APT) rules has put the £900 million financial redistribution deal for the English Football League (EFL) at risk, according to The Times.

The newspaper revealed the action being taken by City against the league earlier this week, and it has now reported that senior Premier League club sources are citing City’s legal claim as one factor in their failure to agree on a deal with the EFL.


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