Major League Soccer (MLS) Inter Miami has been found guilty of breaching the league’s budget rules following the signing of Blaise Matuidi from Juventus.
The investigation revealed that the French man was paid more than the allowed money allocated even though Inter Miami said that they used the targeted allocation money.
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Balise Matuidi joined MLS from Juventus on a free transfer back in August and his transfer drew investigation into any possible breach.
David Beckham owned club further gave out four players last season, a player more than the designated number allowed by MLS.
The authorities are yet to issue a statement on the punishment enforced in addition to fines that they could probably part with.