Manchester City have launched an appeal against its two-year ban from European football competitions.
This was announced by The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Wednesday.
Man City was punished by European football’s governing body, UEFA for “serious breaches” of club licensing and financial fair play regulations.
Consequently, the club will not be able to participate in the Champions League for two seasons.
It will also be fined $32.5 million for failing to conform to UEFA rules against overspending.
The club had described the UEFA process as “flawed” when the punishment was announced on February 14, saying it would attempt to appeal to CAS.
In response to the appeal, CAS said it has no time frame on when a verdict will be made.