Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain's spending has brought Financial Fair Play regulations to the forefront recently, but Queens Park Rangers also appear to have breached UEFA's "break even" regulations.
According to The Guardian, QPR's wage bill in 2012/13 was £78 million, which was 128 per cent of their turnover. That was the seventh-highest wage bill in the league, 30 per cent higher than Champions League finalists Atletico Madrid.
And they were still relegated.
Here's 10 things you could buy with the sky-high wage bill Tony Fernandes sanctioned.