Galatasaray financial fair play ruling ‘likely’ in June: UEFA official
GENEVA – Anadolu Agency
Following a three-hour meeting with UEFA officials, Galatasaray President Mustafa Cengiz told reporters: “We made a 50-page presentation and UEFA asked us some questions. We have explained our realistic plan for the next three years.”
“We made three different presentations and the UEFA has paid attention to these,” Cengiz added.
Galatasaray already missed the European competition during the 2016-17 season for violating financial fair play rules and is fighting for the domestic league title this year, which could put it on the list of teams to attend the Champions League.
The 57-point Turkish Super League leader will visit Ankara’s Gençlerbirliği on April 9 in the closing game of week 28.