The Italian coach has denied that European football's governing body have been critical of his side's summer spending spree
It comes only a week after the president of European football's governing body, Michel Platini, sent out a warning to all clubs that there will be problems for anyone who fails to comply with financial fair play rules.
“I think that Uefa wants to have control [on expenses] of all clubs in Europe,” said the PSG coach, after spending vast sums of money on a host of marquee names over the summer.
According to Ancelotti, the issue of financial fair play was not discussed by Platini at a meeting of major European club coaches in Nyon, which he attended.
“There was a technical meeting and I was comfortable,” he added.