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Italy: Inter and Roma agree to Fair Play fines

 |  May 10, 2015

Inter Milan, Roma and Monaco are among 10 European clubs who have been hit with fines and squad restrictions for breaking Financial Fair Play rules.

The trio have all agreed to pay fines and limit the number of new players they could register in European competition, UEFA said in a statement following a decision by its financial control watchdog. Among a variety of measures, Inter agreed to pay a fine of up to 20 million euros which will come out of their revenues from playing in this season’s Europa League.

They will also be allowed only 21 players, instead of 25, in their squad if they qualify for European competition next season.


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