Leicester City facing prospect of points deduction as they brace for Premier League FFP charge - report

Leicester City are currently top of the Championship
Leicester City are currently top of the Championship (Image credit: Getty Images)

Championship leaders Leicester City are reportedly set to face a charge for allegedly breaching Premier League Profit and Sustainability Rules that could lead to a potential points deduction next season. 

According to Sky Sports, Leicester’s accounts for the 2022/23 season, in which they were relegated from the top flight, are believed to show that they breached the permitted limit of £105million of losses over the previous three campaigns. 

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For more than a decade Joe Mewis has worked in football journalism as a reporter and editor, with stints at Mirror Football and LeedsLive among others. He is the author of four football history books that include tomes on Leeds United and the England national team.