Aston Villa may sue Premier League over PSR rules, following Man City’s example – Mirror Online

Villa have considered lodging an official complaint because Sawiris, who purchased the club in 2018 along with American businessman Wes Edens, has criticized the ‘anti-competitive’ spending regulations. He argues that these rules are preventing Villa from progressing to the next level and believes they do not make sense for football. Sawiris feels that managing a sports team has become more about financial management than addressing the team’s actual needs, focusing on creating paper profits instead of real ones.

The Premier League’s financial rules have come into question amidst concerns from Villa and Newcastle, with the latter facing financial constraints and the potential departure of key players such as Bruno Guimaraes and Alexander Isak. Additionally, there is an invitation to join a new WhatsApp community to receive daily Mirror Football content and special offers from the publishers and their partners, along with a Privacy Notice for those interested in learning more.

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