City may not get the chance to bolster their title-winning squad when the transfer window reopens, amid reports the club could become the latest European giant to be hit with a transfer ban for the signing of an under 18 player.
If City do lose the case, they face the prospect of a two-window transfer ban that could prevent them from registering players this summer and in January 2019.
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The Argentine club claimed that Federation Internationale de Football Association only allow players under-18 to move between clubs in European countries, and took their case to the CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport) last July.
That said, they would have the right to a technical appeal that could further delay the process and allow Guardiola to stockpile players this summer.
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However, Fifa have backed City and ratified the transfer, upholding their claim that Garre was free to join the club after his 16th birthday because he holds an Italian passport.
Velez, however, claim that Federation Internationale de Football Association rules only allow players under 18 to move between clubs in Europe and do not include South America. Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid have all been subjected to such bans in recent seasons after being found guilty of breaching the rules surrounding the signing of global players under 18. To complicate matters, Velez have also taken Federation Internationale de Football Association to CAS because the governing body rejected their original complaint in September 2016.
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Both reports claim that the Premier League champions are "concerned" that the Court of Arbitration for Sport will rule in favour of Velez, with a verdict expected within the next week.