Football: Arsenal charged over alleged breach of regulations relating to Calum Chambers' transfer

Arsenal have been charged over an alleged breach of regulations relating to its signing of defender Calum Chambers (left) last year. -- PHOTO: REUTERS 
Arsenal have been charged over an alleged breach of regulations relating to its signing of defender Calum Chambers (left) last year. -- PHOTO: REUTERS 

LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal have been charged for allegedly breaching rules relating to football agents' regulations, the Football Association (FA) said on Friday.

The charge relates to the English Premier League club's signing of young Southampton defender Calum Chambers for around 16 million pounds (S$33.4 million) last year.

Agent Alan Middleton has also been charged over breaking the FA's agent regulations relating to the same transfer.

Arsenal have until June 26 to respond.