UEFA will meet later this month to discuss potential Financial Fair Play breaches by Paris Saint-Germain, Sky Sports News understands.
European football’s governing body will discuss the case on Friday, April 20 in the latest of a series of meetings following the launch of the investigation last year.
PSG are being investigated for potential FFP breaches following the signings of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe last summer.
Neymar joined from Barcelona for a world-record fee of £200m, while Kylian Mbappe arrived from Monaco on loan, with the future fee set at £166m.
Furthermore, the duo’s wages are also understood to be costing PSG approximately £35m per year.
European clubs face disciplinary action if they make losses of more than €30m (£26m) over a three year period.
Sanctions – which would be decided no earlier than June – could include a large fine or even a ban from appearing in the Champions League, should PSG be found guilty.
PSG – who are owned by the state-funded Qatar Sports Investments – have previous for breaching FFP rules, having been fined €60m in 2014.
They are currently top of Ligue 1, and will win the title if they beat second-placed Monaco on Sunday.