Premier League duo set to learn their fate.
Liverpool and Hull City have been investigated for breaching Financal Fair Play regulations and will learn today whether or not they face further action, the Daily Telegraph reports.
Premier League giants Manchester City have previously felt the force of Uefa’s FFP restrictions, with the club hit by a fine and a limit on numbers in their Champions League squad for this season.
Liverpool and Hull have also been competing in Europe this season and doubts remain over their compliance with these financial laws, which dictate that football clubs cannot spend more than they earn in the transfer market.
Both teams will find out later today what the next course of action will be after a look at their accounts.