UEFA are keeping a close eye on Arsenal’s finances amid concerns that they may have breached Financial Fair Play regulations across the 2021/22 campaign.
Arsenal’s total loss of £213m across the past three years is among the highest in the Premier League, while their £218m on transfers is also on the division’s top figures.
UEFA has flagged those numbers as a possible cause for concern and The Times notes that the Gunners will be watched closely over the coming months to confirm whether or not a breach has occurred.
UEFA are currently preparing sanctions for several sides who breached the regulations in the 2020/21 campaign, including Barcelona, Paris Saint-German Juventus, Inter and Roma.
During their investigations, UEFA have also identified 20 sides at risk of exceeding their limits in 2021/22, one of which is Arsenal. However, it is stressed that a number of these sides are yet to confirm their financial accounts for the season.