Man Utd could be BARRED from Europe due to Ratcliffe’s stake in Nice

Manchester United could be banned from playing in European competitions next season as UEFA rules that clubs under the same
ownership cannot compete against each other in such competitions, according to ‘The Sun’. Sir Jim Ratcliffe, who recently acquired
a minority stake in the Red Devils, also owns OGC Nice.

Manchester United could banned from European competition next season. According to ‘The Sun’, UEFA rules do not allow
both clubs under the same ownership to compete against each other in the same European competition, something that
could directly affect the Mancunian club.READ MORE

However, this issue has already been addressed by the owner of INEOS who said that “under no circumstances” would this prevent United from competing in European competitions. “There are no circumstances upon which an ownership of Nice would prevent Manchester United from playing in the Champions League – I’ll be crystal clear on that,” he said

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