Inter Milan cleared by UEFA of extra financial scrutiny
NYON, Switzerland (AP) — UEFA says Inter Milan no longer faces extra financial scrutiny after it fully complied with rules that monitor income and spending.
Inter had to forfeit 6 million euros ($6.7 million) in UEFA competition prize money for breaking financial fair play rules and undergo four years of additional monitoring.
The three-time European champion is third in Serie A and on track to enter the Champions League group stage next season.
UEFA has sent Trabzonspor’s case back to its judging panel for a ruling after the club breached its agreement signed three years ago.
Trabzonspor, which has qualified for the Europa League, failed to break even on its accounts this season.