Under the agreement, Galatasaray would limit the number of players, pay a fine to UEFA and reduce expenses in order to obtain full compliance with the regulations. “[The CFCB Adjudicatory Chamber] … announced today its decision to refer the matter to the CFCB Board of Inquiry for further review. Meanwhile, the transaction agreement concluded on 13 June 2018 remains in force until further notice,” UEFA said on Friday. Fenerbahce and Trabzonspor have partially fulfilled their objectives under the respective agreements and transfer and number restrictions on players will continue to apply during the 2018/19 season. “This decision was taken after Galatasaray failed to comply with the terms of the transaction agreement reached with the CFCB`s Chief Investigator in May 2014, in accordance with Article 15 of UEFA CFCB`s rules of procedure. On 13 June, UEFA and Galatasaray signed a four-year contract for the 2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21 and 2021/22 seasons because the club did not meet the break-up requirement. Galatasaray chief Mustafa Cengiz will meet UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin on Thursday to discuss the financial situation with the Turkish football club. The association must pay an additional fine of 9 million euros if it does not comply with the requirements of the contract. The CFCB [Club Financial Control Body] Board found that Galatasaray SK, FK Kairat Almaty and Maccabi Tel Aviv FC met the agreed targets for the 2019/20 season; These clubs will remain in the comparison system during the 2020/21 season,” UEFA said in a statement. As part of a new agreement between UEFA and Galatasaray, the association must achieve full compliance by the 2021-2022 observation period, the club`s financial watchdog said in a statement published on UEFA`s website. “Istanbul Basaksehir is committed to making a financial contribution totalling 1.5 million euros, withholding from the revenue it receives from participating in UEFA competitions. Of this amount, 0.3 million euros will be paid in full, while the balance of 1.2 million euros will depend on whether the association meets the “break-even” objectives set out in the transaction agreement,” he said.