Manchester City and the Premier League have reportedly agreed on a trial date after they were charged with 115 alleged breaches.
The investigation against the treble winners was opened in 2018 with the Premier League announcing that they would be levelling 115 charges against the Manchester club earlier this year.
The charges extend from the 2009/10 season all the way up to last season.
There has been much speculation about when a potential verdict will be reached but according to Mail Sport, a trial date has been set.
They have revealed that a ‘showdown’ will take place in ‘late Autumn of 2024’ and that a verdict will likely be reached ‘around the summer of 2025’.
📅 Date pencilled in for Premier League v Manchester City
🔵 Trial expected late autumn next year
🗒️Witness statements currently being gathered
👨⚖️ Verdict could be end of 24/25 season
— Mike Keegan (@MikeKeegan_DM) November 30, 2023