City are very much of the opinion that they did nothing wrong in this case although if they are found guilty they are likely to be slapped with a two-window transfer ban.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have been subjected to transfer embargoes in recent years after being found guilty of breaching rules regarding the signing of global players younger than 18.
However, if deemed guilty and hit with the penalty, City would have the right to an appeal, meaning they could delay the process and allow Guardiola to sign a range of players to diminish the influence of the ban.
City claim they acted within the rules, with Federation Internationale de Football Association ratifying the transfer due to the fact Garre holds an Italian passpot.
Regulations dictate that clubs within the European Union (EU) are not allowed to sign player from outside under the age of 18 - this can of course be sidestepped if the player's family relocates as was the case when Barcelona signed a 13-year-old Lionel Messi in 2000.
Garre spent his first season with City in the youth ranks and played his first games at Under-18 level in the "Final Stage" of the Under-18 Premier League.
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