Manchester City will learn their European fate on July 13 after they appealed two-year Champions League ban in Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Sportsmail understands, Manchester City are set to learn their European fate on July 13.
Last season’s Premier League champions have been locked in a battle with UEFA. After they were banned from European football for two years in February for breaches of the governing body’s Financial Fair Play rules.
They appealed against the punishment – which came with a €30million (£27m) fine – to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). The three-day hearing was heard in Switzerland and over video conference last month.
At the time, CAS said that a verdict will come in the first half of July. However, it can be disclosed that parties have been told that July 13 will be D-day.
Such a verdict would have the knock-on effect that City’s place in next season’s competition will go to the club which finishes in fifth place in the Premier League.
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