Friday, 2nd May, 2014

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that the Gunners will feel "let down" if UEFA's financial fair play rules are not respected.

Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are both reported to be in breach of UEFA's financial fair play rules, as part of a group of 20 clubs to have fallen foul of the regulations.

Each offending club have been offered a settlement by UEFA, which they can choose to accept or dispute.

And Wenger is watching closely, feeling it is vital UEFA's rules are respected across the game.


Speaking at a press conference, the Arsenal manager said: "You want the UEFA financial fair play rules to be respected and if it's not then we will feel let down."

It remains to be seen if those clubs charged by UEFA will accept their punishment amid growing talk that Europe's governing body could see themselves challenged over the legality of the measures.

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