Barcelona and Manchester United are among the clubs that have been fined by UEFA for breaching the financial fair play (FFP) regulations during the 2022/23 season.
The European football governing body has hit United with a €300 000 for failing to meet the break-even requirement that attempts to limit the losses made by clubs.
Barca received €500 000 fine after they included profits from sales of intangible assets, which are not relevant income under the regulations, to balance their books.
Other clubs – Inter Milan, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco, Roma and Marseille – escaped sanction after meeting targets set by a Uefa settlement agreement.
Belgian club Royal Antwerp and Turkish side Trabzonspor were hit with the biggest fines of two million euros each.