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Premier League 'considering' huge FFP points deduction change amid Man City 115 charges wait

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Premier League clubs are reportedly contemplating a change to the way breaches of Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSR) are penalised.

This comes after Everton and Nottingham Forest received points deductions this season for exceeding the permitted limit of losses over three years.

Everton's initial 10-point deduction was reduced to six on appeal, while Forest lost four points. Despite being relegated last season, Leicester City is also facing charges of an alleged breach and could start next season with a points deduction if they return to the Premier League.

Meanwhile, Manchester City are still dealing with 115 charges. Among them, there are accusations of not co-operating with the Premier League investigation, not abiding by PSR regulations, and - most damningly - nine seasons of essentially not giving truthful and accurate information about their finances.

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