Manchester City succeed with appeal against European ban
Manchester City will compete in the Champions League next season after having their two-year European ban lifted on appeal by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
CAS conducted a three-day review of February's initial ruling, which imposed a €30m (£26.9m) fine on Man City in addition to banning them from taking part in any European competition until 2022-23.
That ban has now been lifted entirely, clearing Man City to compete in the Champions League again next season, while the fine has been reduced to €10m (£9m).
More to follow.