5 June 2024 - 4:30 AM

Wednesday briefing: Manchester City launch legal action against Premier League in battle to end APT rules

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Manchester City have launched legal action against the Premier League that could have far-reaching consequences as they seek to end the league's Associated Party Transaction (APT) rules.

It was reported back in February that City were warning of the threat of legal action against the rules and The Times has now revealed that the club went ahead with it, filing their claim on 16th February. City believe the rules are unlawful, and are seeking damages from the Premier League.


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