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Thursday December 14 2017
Milan await UEFA decision

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.

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Tuesday December 12 2017
Juve: Spurs top of UEFA rankings

Tottenham Hotspur, Juventus’ opponents in the Champions League last 16, have moved top of the UEFA club rankings.

Tottenham finished first in their group, above Borussia Dortmund and defending champions Real Madrid, while Juve were forced to settle for a runners-up spot.

Consequently, they are the only team to have at least 20 points in the coefficient table, with the Bianconeri dropping to 11th.

Roma, however, fall to 10th, despite winning their pool ahead of Chelsea and Atletico Madrid.

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Monday December 11 2017
Fassone confirms UEFA conditions

Milan CEO Marco Fassone confirms UEFA’s “impossible” requests include settling their debt to Elliott Management right away.

The Rossoneri were bought by a Chinese conglomerate in April, but Yonghong Li’s group had to get a loan from the US hedge fund to get the deal over the line.

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Thursday December 7 2017
Euro 2020 to begin in Rome

The first match of Euro 2020 will be hosted in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico, UEFA has confirmed.

For the 60th anniversary of the tournament, matches will be held across the continent at several different stadiums.

Today UEFA has announced that the opening match will be played at the Olimpico, with the Group A matches to be paired between Rome and Baku.

Each qualified host country will play a minimum of two games at home.

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Thursday December 7 2017
What were UEFA’s Milan requests?

UEFA’s “impossible” prerequisites for Milan’s Financial Fair Play agreement reportedly included an immediate deposit of €150m to cover future debts.

The FFP commission will meet tomorrow to decide whether to grant the Rossoneri’s request for a voluntary agreement, but it’s expected that they will reject the proposal.

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Thursday December 7 2017
UEFA: ‘No decision taken on Milan'

UEFA has released a statement confirming they haven't taken “a definitive position” on Milan’s Financial Fair Play voluntary agreement.

It has been widely reported that the FFP committee will reject the proposal put forward by Rossoneri CEO Marco Fassone, raising the possibility of sanctions.

However, the meeting will not be held until tomorrow, so officially there has been no decision as yet.

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Thursday December 7 2017
Fassone: ‘UEFA requests impossible’

Milan CEO Marco Fassone notes UEFA haven’t actually decided on the voluntary agreement yet but some of their requests “are impossible to satisfy”.

It has been widely reported this morning that European football’s governing body will reject the Rossoneri’s request for a Financial Fair Play agreement, meaning they face sanctions for next season.

“It’s a surprise to us to read some news this morning,” Fassone told reporters as he arrived at the Lega Serie A.

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Thursday December 7 2017
Milan facing FFP sanctions

Milan could face Financial Fair Play sanctions, as multiple outlets report UEFA will reject their voluntary agreement.

Reports began to emerge last night that European football’s governing body will reject the Rossoneri’s proposal for a FFP settlement.

Corriere dello Sport, Gazzetta dello Sport, and Corriere della Sera are all reporting that the proposal submitted by CEO Marco Fassone will be rejected.

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Wednesday December 6 2017
Reports: UEFA reject Milan FFP plan

UEFA have rejected Milan’s proposal for a voluntary agreement on Financial Fair Play parameters, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere dello Sport.

The Rossoneri had presented a plan showing the economic stability of the club going forward over the next few years, which they hoped would convince UEFA to hold off on sanctions.

Although a formal verdict is due on Friday, both La Gazzetta dello Sport and Corriere dello Sport claim UEFA rejected the proposal as unfeasible.

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Thursday November 23 2017
Mirabelli: 'Stick to Milan facts'

Massimiliano Mirabelli shrugged off UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin being “worried” by Milan’s financial status. “Let’s stick to the facts.”

The Rossoneri host Austria Vienna in the Europa League, follow the build-up and action as it happens on the Liveblog.

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