Mancity boss Pep Guardiola. PHOTO BBC
Mancity boss Pep Guardiola. PHOTO BBC

Despite Mancity boss Pep Guardiola remains at Etihad, the club could be spending the next season in league two with a reduction of points down by 20 Points.

Pep Guardiola said regardless of the outcome of the appeal,  the Spaniard will remain at Etihad and see out the rest of his deal with the club.

Manchester City is facing a possible Premier League points deduction and could even be forced to play in League Two in the wake of their Champions League ban, experts have warned.

The club has today been banned by UEFA from European club competitions for two seasons and handed a €30m (£25m) fine for "serious breaches" of football's European governing body's Financial Fair Play rules.

The Football League recently changed its rules so that any club found in such a situation would be bumped down to League Two in the next season.

This would mean City swapping their battles for the top of the table for League Two crunch ties against the likes of Grimsby Town, Forest Green and Port Vale.

In contrary to the Manchester derby seeing City take on United in the cauldron of Old Trafford, their nearest league rivals would likely be Salford City, owned by former United legends Phil and Gary Neville, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, and David Beckham.

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