Arsene Wenger Wants Strong Penalties For Financial Fair Play Offenders

Updated: 02 May 2014 18:34 IST

UEFA will announce the first sanctions in May and more serious cases will be judged in June. A UEFA panel is negotiating settlements with clubs which have breached rules designed to curb owners' excessive spending on transfers and wages since 2011.

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Arsene Wenger says he will feel "let down" if UEFA does not take a strong stance against clubs found guilty of breaking Financial Fair Play rules.

UEFA will announce the first sanctions this month and more serious cases will be judged in June. A UEFA panel is negotiating settlements with clubs which have breached rules designed to curb owners' excessive spending on transfers and wages since 2011.

The Arsenal manager said "one of the rules is that normally you should be banned for the excess of the financial amount that is not justified, that is if you are 100 million pounds ($169million) overboard, you should be punished for 100 million of your wages bill in the Champions League.

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