In an attempt to conclude multiple pending lawsuits prior to the deadlines stipulated in their own regulations, the Premier League has been compelled to enlist further legal assistance.

Everton’s appeal hearing was held last week, and the independent commission is expected to make a decision by mid-February. However, there are stringent deadlines that the Premier League cannot miss in order to pursue additional Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSR) cases against both Everton and Nottingham Forest.

Furthermore, Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of Manchester City’s indictment for 115 financial rule violations. This is an extremely intricate issue, and the independent commission controls the case’s timeline.

The burden is further increased by the continuing investigation into Chelsea for potential financial regulation violations and the ongoing negotiations over the proposed EFL “New Deal.”

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