Andy Robertson sends Liverpool FC warning to Man City

Paola Ditto
Mag 16, 2019

One email exchange seen by Der Spiegel appeared to imply that while the total value of the Etihad airline's sponsorship of City had reached £67.5m (€77.8m/$87.4m), only £8m of this had actually been contributed by the airline, with Abu Dhabi United Group - Sheikh Mansour's holding company - topping the sponsorship up by nearly £60m over the course of six years.

Manchester City have broken their silence on the Uefa investigation that could result in the club being hit with a one-season Champions League ban, claiming suggestions of wrongdoing are "entirely false" and that there is "comprehensive proof" otherwise.

If this is true, they should be punished.

News of the verdict, via the Mirror, will be reassuring to the club after public condemnation to the video spread across social media, with fans stating the lyrics had connections to Sean Cox or the Hillsborough disaster - Cox being a Liverpool fan who was viciously attacked by Roma supporters prior to last season's Champions League semi final clash at Anfield.

Among them is Rick Parry, chief executive at Liverpool from 1998 to 2009 and former Premier League chief executive.

"Jadon Sancho is among the top targets, I understand, for Manchester United - and Manchester United would be the preferred option for Jadon Sancho if he were to return to the Premier League during this transfer window", Ornstein said. "PSG, Juve, Real Madrid have also shown firm interest, but there has been no interest from other Premier League clubs".

QUIZ! Can you name the most-used XI from every Premier League team in 2018/19?

Luckily now we've got a couple of weeks to recover and get our bodies right - and we'll know we'll be as fresh as we can be going into the final.
Which players carried them over the line to glorious victory?

Pep Guardiola is already making plans to stop his squad from stagnating after winning two consecutive championships with record points totals and on the back of this season's intense challenge from Liverpool.

European football's financial regulators are poised to recommend that newly minted English Premiership champions Manchester City be barred from the Champions League, the New York Times reported on Monday.

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