The Frenchman is unhappy with the Citizens’ breaches of the FFP.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has slammed Manchester City after the Premier League side breached UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rule.
City were among nine clubs from across Europe who did not adhere to the regulation that they could not make losses of more than £37.2m between 2011 and 2013.
Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain were the other high profile team to have been sanctioned by UEFA, but Wenger thinks more needs to be done.
The Citizens are likely to receive a £50m fine and have their Champions League squad for next season reduced from 25 players to 21.
However, Wenger thinks that the rules are not harsh enough and that it is ‘odd’ that City can win the English title after breaching the FFP rule.
“There are rules. You respect them or you don’t respect them. If you don’t respect them you have to be punished,” the 64-year-old was quoted by the Telegraph.
“When Uefa doesn’t want to kick the clubs out of the Champions League they have to find a more subtle punishment. To me, and from all of us on the outside, it looks a complicated punishment.”
The Gunners have often been praised for managing to not only maintain their status as one of the best clubs in European football, but also by consistently balancing their books and not stretching their resources.
When they made the move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium in 2006 transfer dealings were subdued for a few years to pay off the debts and the £42.5m deal to bring Mesut Ozil to north London last summer was the first time they have spent over £20m on a player.
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