Spanish outfit Real Betis and Sporting Lisbon are among eight teams fined, while six are threatened with European competition exclusion over unpaid debts.
The clubs have all been found to have breached UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations due to their non compliance with the no overdue payables requirements.
Sanctions were handed down by UEFA’s newly established First Chamber of Club Financial Control Body and all related to unpaid debts.
All clubs listed to be punished are Astana (Kazakhstan), CFR Cluj (Romania), Porto (Portugal) CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria), Club Desportivo Santa Clara (Portugal), and Mons Calpe (Gibraltar).
While the club’s are also handed fines, six of them will be banned from the next European competition they qualify for If the overdue monies are not settled by January 31, 2022.
While others have the sanction hanging over them CFR Cluj and Astana do not, but the fines range for Mons Calpe is under £13,000 to £214,000, Real Betis, Sporting Lisbon and Porto is £256, 000.