The club addressed an allegation published by The New York Times this week that Uefa financial investigators meeting in Nyon, Switzerland, two weeks ago had agreed to recommend a one-year ban for City when the case is passed to the Uefa body responsible for regulations.
Leterme is a senior Belgian politician and former prime minister.
We know that Manchester City are, marginally, even better.
It is investigating claims City overstated the value of an Etihad sponsorship deal and the sum had in fact been inflated by money paid directly by club owner Sheikh Mansour.
A club statement read: 'Manchester City Football Club is disappointed, but regrettably not surprised, by the sudden announcement of the referral to be made by the CFCB IC Chief Investigator Yves Leterme.
It is a song City fans have sung all season.
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According to the New York Times, investigators for the European governing body have chose to push for at least a one-season ban from the competition, after a meeting at its Swiss headquarters two weeks ago.
UEFA are looking to slap a 1 year ban on Manchester City, and will be advocating for that punishment in the coming month or so.
The investigatory chamber of UEFA's financial control board have spent months examining evidence first uncovered in a series of leaks and reported by German publication Der Spiegel past year.
Under the rules, financial losses are limited and clubs are also obliged to meet all their transfer and employee payment commitments at all times.
For young winger Jadon Sancho, Manchester United might find it hard to lure him away from Borussia Dortmund ahead of other clubs due to the absence of Champions League football at the Theatre of Dreams next season.
Paris Saint-German received similar punishment in the same year. Europe's governing football body has leaked information regarding an investigation into Manchester City's financial matters, with a potential breach in financial fair play being the major reason.
PSG also remain under investigation for their 2017-18 finances when they signed Neymar from Barcelona for a world record £222m euros (£200m) and Kylian Mbappe from Monaco, initially on loan, for 180m euros (£165.7m).