Fulham hit with ban and fine for Premier League rule breach in relation to Liverpool man Fabio Carvalho

The Premier League has fined Fulham for violating player registration regulations in relation to their agreement to sign Fabio Carvalho.

After confessing to the accusations, the west London team was fined £75,000 and given a suspended ban from signing academy players.

The Premier League and Fulham FC have reached a punishment agreement as a result of the club’s acknowledged player registration violations, according to a Fulham statement.

“The club will pay a £75,000 fine and be prohibited from registering any academy players who are currently or were previously enrolled with another club for a period of six months, which can be extended for a year.

“On April 15, 2024, the suspended registrations ban went into effect.”

“The sanction agreement has been ratified by three members of the Independent Judicial Panel, as required by the Premier League Rules,” the statement continued.

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