href="/clubs/manchester-city">Manchester City's appeal against their Champions League ban kicks off on Monday.
The Daily Mail says City launch their monumental legal battle with UEFA in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Monday over their two-year ban from the Champions League for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations.
If City fail in their appeal, which is due to be heard over three days via a video conference, they face losing hundreds of millions of pounds of prize money as well as key players like Kevin De Bruyne.
City and Uefa have gone to great lengths to keep the details of the hearing under wraps.
The hearing is being held at a secret location, with a video link bringing in lawyers in Switzerland and England, while CAS said on Friday that both parties had requested confidentiality for the case.
Even the identities of the three judges — one chosen by City, one by Uefa and one by CAS — have been protected.
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