PSG’s estimated budget foresees losses of between € 250 and € 300 million for next season. What to get out of the nails of financial fair play.
Paris Saint-Germain are determined to strengthen impressively during the summer transfer window, in order to put even more chances on their side to shine in the Champions League and on the national scene. To do this, the owners of the capital club (who dream of bring in Sergio Ramos) have already unsheathed the checkbook to recruit Achraf Hakimi, not to mention the salary that will be offered to Georginio Wijnaldum and without forgetting that of the many stars already present (Neymar in the lead). Paris is aware of the financial hole that this will create in its budget, he who has expected losses of between 250 and 300 M € for the next financial year.
However, the Qatari owner is counting on his sports director to get rid of several elements. In all, and as the story goes The team this Saturday in its columns, Leonardo will have to raise a minimum of € 180m from the sale of players. A very complicated mission for the Brazilian whose sale is not the strongest. Besides this aspect, the media indicates that the PSG ” will not be in the nails of UEFA’s financial fair play, even in its light version” . A prospect that is likely to cringe many teeth, especially at some big European clubs.
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