UEFA will reportedly deliver their decision on Milan’s voluntary agreement for Financial Fair Play either today or tomorrow.
The Rossoneri submitted proposals for an agreement on FFP, which European football’s governing body allows for clubs which have recently changed ownership.
Despite that, the FFP commission has been at pains to point that no official decision has been taken, but now Gazzetta dello Sport says the decision is imminent.
The newspaper states that the decision will arrive today or tomorrow, and repeats the likelihood of a rejection.
Milan are the first club to apply for such an agreement, and with UEFA President Aleksandar Ceferin admitting he’s “worried” by owner Yonghong Li, the body doesn’t want to take any risks with what will be a test case.