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 By PA Sport

Inter Milan, Monaco among 10 clubs to reach UEFA FFP deals

Roma were among 10 clubs to reach an FFP deal with UEFA.

Inter Milan and Roma are among several clubs who have agreed to pay fines and have their European squad sizes limited for upcoming seasons after breaching Financial Fair Play rules.

The Italian giants are two of 10 clubs who UEFA announced on Friday had accepted individual settlement agreements with the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) following an investigation into 'non-compliance of FFP break-even regulations'.

The other sides are Monaco, Sporting Lisbon, Besiktas, Lokomotiv Moscow, Krasnodar and, for minor breaches, CSKA Sofia, Kardemir Karabukspor and FC Rostov.

That takes the number of clubs to have agreed settlements in 2015 to 14, with four previous agreements -- involving Hull, Panathinaikos, Hapoel Tel-Aviv and Ruch Chorzow -- being announced on February 27.

Among the provisions agreed by clubs in the latest settlements are a range of fines, a reduction on the number of players able to be registered for European competitions -- down from 25 -- and financial targets as the clubs pledge to reach "full break-even compliance" over the coming seasons.

The biggest maximum fines were handed out to Inter (€20 million), Monaco (€13 million) and Roma (€6 million), although the exact amounts for each club are dependent on a number of conditions, UEFA announced in a statement.

Even if a club does not qualify for a UEFA competition next season they will be subject to the terms of the settlement agreements.

Wolfsburg, meanwhile, are no longer under investigation after satisfying the break-even requirement having provided additional financial information.

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