'Look at that' - Arsenal legend urges Premier League to make Man City move amid 115 charges

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has called on the Premier League to block Manchester City from "stockpiling players" after winning four consecutive English top-flight titles.

City are currently at the centre of a complex investigation, having been hit with 115 financial charges, though it emerged on Wednesday the Sky Blues would be taking legal action against the Premier League regarding their Associated Party Transaction (ATP) rules

Arsenal and many other Premier League clubs will be watching on to see how City's case develops in the coming weeks, with it believed the Citizens could be stripped of titles, hit with huge financial fines and even demoted if found guilty of financial wrongdoing.

City have argued the Premier League's ATP rules, which ensures clubs signing sponsorship deals with companies linked to their owners are not at an inflated rate, are "uncompetitive and unlawful" and an arbitration hearing is now due to take place between June 10 and June 21.

Weighing in on City after this development, ex-Arsenal centre-back Tony Adams has urged the Premier League to review their policies in order to prevent another decade of dominance from Pep Guardiola's side.

"You've got to be careful. I don't want Man City to win it [the Premier League] for the next ten years," Adams told Sky Sports.

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"At the moment, they are stockpiling. They have got a lot of players on their books from many different countries. I think the Premier League have maybe got to look at the loan system to stop them stockpiling and maybe something to do with the development as the Premier League development league is not really a development league in this country," he continued.

"The league have got to look at that to make sure Man City don't just keep rolling it around. We have spent £200million here at Arsenal just to get near them. You can't keep doing that.

"The big clubs will always be the big clubs and the Premier League is the best league in the world because it is competitive - and you want to maintain that. If we didn't have Arsenal this year, it would have been a non-existent league."