4 June 2024 - 4:30 AM



Tuesday briefing: UEFA set to allow Manchester clubs to compete alongside sister teams in Europe

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Manchester United and Manchester City are set to be allowed by UEFA to compete in the same European competitions as other clubs under the same ownership next season, according to a report from The Times.

United and Nice, the Ligue 1 club owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s company INEOS, have both qualified for the Europa League, while City are in the Champions League along with LaLiga side Girona, who are also part of City Football Group.

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