Manchester City could be hit with an exchange boycott on the off chance that they lose a case being heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday.
Argentine club Velez Sarsfield say City broke guidelines when 16-year-old midfielder Benjamin Garre joined the Premier League club a year ago.
In September, FIFA maintained City’s contention that Garre holds an Italian travel permit and was in this manner allowed to go along with them after his sixteenth birthday celebration.
The CAS choice may not be known for a little while, but rather City confront the danger of being restricted from enlisting players for the following two exchange windows on the off chance that it conflicts with them.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have all been given move bans as of late subsequent to being discovered liable of rupturing comparable principles.