Manchester City are due a 40m euro refund following their compliance with UEFA’s financial fair play rules after being fined in 2014.
The Citizens were adjudged to have broken the rules back in 2014 and had to pay a 60m euros fine.
Other consequences included transfer restrictions and the club were forced to name a smaller Champions League squad.
Now, having complied with the rules and made amendments, UEFA will refund part of what City were fined.
Manchester City even recorded record profit in the past two financial year which will be a big boost to the club.
Paris Saint-Germain, who were also fined after failing to comply with rules, have also fulfilled their requirements for a partial refund.
Man City have fulfilled all the financial obligations asked of them after breaching FFP rules in 2014, UEFA says #mcfc
— Andy Hampson (@andyhampson) April 21, 2017
City receive boost ahead of Arsenal clash
Manchester City have been boosted by the fitness of striker Gabriel Jesus before their FA Cup clash on Sunday.
The Citizens will face Arsenal and both will be looking to seal a place in the final of the FA Cup.
City have been dealt a massive boost though, with star striker Gabriel Jesus set to return from injury.
Having been out since February, Jesus’s return has been eagerly awaited and what better time for it to come.
Whether he will be fit enough to start is yet to be seen.