- Aug 28, 2014
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UEFA are going to ease the rules on FFP:
European football's governing body is preparing to relax the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules it introduced in 2011 to stop clubs from overspending.
In an interview with French radio station RTL , Uefa president Michel Platini said FFP was "working well" but would be "eased" this summer.
This followed a report in Le Parisien newspaper on Sunday that said "significant changes" are on the table.
Manchester City and Paris St-Germain were fined last year for breaching FFP.
The guiding principle of FFP is that clubs should stay within their means when it comes to buying and remunerating players: central to this is the so-called " "break-even requirement" .