Manchester City fined and banned from signing players into academy

Manchester City fined and banned from signing players into academy

- Manchester City have been banned from signing young players into their academy

- The club side was found culpable of signing a player who is still a school boy

- The Citizens were also dealt a £300,000 fine for contractual breach

Reports reaching NAIJ.com indicate that Manchester City have been banned by the Premier League from signing players into their academy.

The Citizens were also dealt a £300,000 fine for various offences relating to breach in signing rules.

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Manchester City fined and banned from signing players into academy

Manchester City academy players during a training session

“The ban on signing academy players will be suspended for three years from 30 June 2018 onwards,” the statement read.

The Etihad side was found culpable of signing a player who is still a school boy and just 11 years old.

The youngster joined City from Everton, but the club was said to have broken the rules. Manchester City also allegedly signed another 15-year-old midfielder from Wolverhampton Wanderers into their academy.

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Also, reports say that the Premier League also investigated their recruitment of 16-year-old goalkeeper Louie Moulden from Liverpool but that move has been cleared to proceed.

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Source: Sports.naij.com

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