Manchester City, however, can expect a youth transfer ban if they are found guilty of handing a scouting contract to Jadon Sancho's agent, Emeka Obasi, worth £200,000, as part of the deal to take the player from Watford when he was 14 years old, details of which were first published in German news magazine Der Spiegel and based upon Football Leaks documents and emails.
A source with knowledge of the investigation told The Times that the breaches alleged to have been committed by City were very similar to those that led to Chelsea being sanctioned, and that it looks certain that the same two-window transfer ban is imposed. "It's good, it's good, the squad is good, really good".
"I said what I said", he told a news conference when asked about a potential ban.
City's squad faces a test of its strength on Saturday as the club face Swansea in the FA Cup quarter-finals without a handful of players.
Pep Guardiola is confident Manchester City have a strong enough squad to cope if the club are banned from signing players for the next two transfer windows.
Centre-back Stones is still troubled by a groin injury, despite being on the bench against Schalke in midweek, and he is also set to miss England's upcoming matches with the Czech Republic and Montenegro. 'He's still recovering and won't even play in the national team'. "That is the most important thing right now".
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As reported by The Sun, football's governing body has been conducting a thorough investigation and has confirmed City have breached the rules on the transfers of minors. The Premier League and Football Association also have probes ongoing into the club.
He said: "I can not say in every conference".
"I understand your job, I answered five questions last week, I can not be the right guy". I was clear on my opinion.
"I am concerned about what I have to do, I can not speak every day about this".
"What happens is going to happen".
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