Heard by the DNCG’s professional club control committee, Olympique de Marseille and LOSC were notified of a « stay of proceedings ». The financial policeman of French football said he was awaiting additional information requested from the clubs.
As part of the « re-examination » of the financial situation of the clubs before the start of the 2022-2023 season, the DNCG pronounces a « suspension » with regard to Losc and Olympique de Marseille. The financial policeman of French football is « awaiting additional elements » for the two clubs.
The Marseille club, whose recruitment has been monitored and the payroll supervised for a year, will have to provide additional information. We therefore still do not know what his room for maneuver will be during the next transfer window, while the club learned on Monday that the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) had authorized Pablo Longoria and his team to strengthen this summer (in the context of the Pape Gueye case). On the side of LOSCit is the first time since the arrival of the new owner Merlyn Partners that the club does not obtain the green light from its first audition before the DNCG.
Green light for Ajaccio
For AC Ajaccio, Montpellier HSC and RC Lens, the lights are a priori green. “No action” has been taken for these three clubs, indicates the National Directorate of Management Control. In Ligue 2, Le Havre and Stade Malherbe de Caen are also subject to a « suspension ».
The validation of the Ajaccio file is excellent news for the Corsican club since it definitively validates its rise in Ligue 1, already validated on the ground. A news that the ACA hastened to celebrate via its Twitter account.