Manchester United could potentially be in FIFA's firing line in regards to their dealings with a young French player. Following the governing body's ruling to ban Chelsea from any signings for the entirety of 2010, the Red Devils may have the rule run over them for the way they signed Paul Pogba from Le Havre.
The French Ligue 2 club are believed to be upset by the way the reigning champions lured Pogba to Old Trafford and they are still looking into their options.
"We are still pursuing our case," Le Havre managing director Alain Belsoeur told The Times.
"It is a very serious case. We are confident that we'll win because it is in the best interests not just of our club but of sport.
"We spend 5million euros [about £4.3million] on our academy every year out of a turnover of 12million euros. It is a huge investment.
"We do that to give a chance to our players to develop for our first team, not to be an academy for others.
"What is the point of investing in an academy if the players leave at 16? This is clearly a message from Fifa to protect the education system."