Premier League champions Manchester City have announced club-record revenue of £535.2 million in their 2018-19 annual report. However, the club remains subject to a UEFA financial fair play (FFP) investigation. City released the results of their 2018-19 report via the club's official website, which included profits of £10.1 million, despite broadcast revenue being the only department that appeared to experience growth: European football's governing body, UEFA, continues to investigate City for alleged breaches of rules regarding FFP, third-party ownership and youth recruitment. City recently had an appeal against the investigation to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruled "inadmissible,"
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