"Manchester City FC is fully cooperating in good faith with the CFCB IC's ongoing investigation", the statement read.
The allegations involve City trying to circumvent UEFA's financial fair play regulations by masking cash infusions from the United Arab Emirates through inflated sponsorship agreements with UAE airline Etihad and could result in City being banned from the Champions League if the club is found guilty. With that being said, Spurs can not be taken likely with deadly attackers such as Son Heung-min, Harry Kane and of course Lucas Moura who scored a hat-trick against Ajax in the second leg of their Champions League semifinal.
In a statement released by City, the club said that they are concerned their "good faith" in UEFA's investigation into their financial affairs could be "misplaced" following the claims. The final decision is made by Leterme, chairman and chief investigator of Uefa's investigatory chamber.
UEFA are looking to slap a 1 year ban on Manchester City, and will be advocating for that punishment in the coming month or so.
"It wasn't long ago that a Manchester City fan was attacked in Germany".
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He spent hundreds of millions of pounds to acquire world-class footballers in an effort to turn it into a global megaclub capable of winning the biggest prizes in England and Europe.
City will become the first team in history to win a domestic treble when they beat Watford in Saturday's FA Cup final and I see them repeating this level success time and again over the next few years.
The club also faces investigations from other sporting bodies over its financial dealings, including the Football Association, Fifa and the Premier League.
City's title win was further overshadowed yesterday when a video apparently filmed on the team plane home from the title-clinching 4-1 win at Brighton on Sunday appeared to show a song mocking Liverpool being sung.Both clubs declined to comment.
Guardiola topped the vote ahead of Jurgen Klopp, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, who has led Spurs to their first ever Champions League final, and Nuno Espirito Santo of Wolves, who finished seventh in their first season back in the top flight.