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The Premier League insists they abide by EU and UK competition law following news that Ofcom will launch an investigation into how their TV rights are sold.
A Premier League statement said: "We note that Ofcom has launched an inquiry.
"Ofcom has stated that this is at an early stage and it has not reached a view as to whether there is sufficient evidence of any infringement.
"The Premier League currently sells its audio-visual rights in a way that is compatible with UK and EU competition law and will continue to do so. We will be able to demonstrate that as part of this process."