Manchester City are weighing up making a formal complaint against Manchester United director David Gill.
The Daily Mail says City are considering whether to officially complain about Gill, chairman of the UEFA club licensing committee, highlighting City's major FFP problems, without naming the club, at a business summit organised by accountancy firm PwC - who are probing FFP breaches for UEFA.
United have no qualms about Gill's apparent conflict, wanting as much scrutiny as possible of City's attempts to stay within FFP loss limits.
These include an extraordinary £50million balancing of the books by selling players' image rights as well as scouting, marketing and merchandising rights to 'outside companies' who haven't been named.
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