PSG in bid to sell fringe players to end war with FPP

April 30, 2019
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In March, PSG celebrated a points victory against Uefa. The International Court of Sport CAS had ruled that the European Football Association had to close an ongoing investigation into the Paris Club regarding possible breaches of financial fair play (FFP). Because of a form error.
However, this decision does not change the fact that Paris St-Germain must continue to comply with the requirements of the FFP. And these requirements state that the French champion has to generate minimum revenue from transfers every year because of the mega-transfers of Neymar (came in 2017 for 222 million euros) and Kylian Mbappé (2018 for 135 million euros). By June 30 players must be sold for at least 60 million euros.
PSG had no problems with that last year. With the early sales of Javier Pastore (24.7 million euros), Yuri Berchiche (24), Odsonne Edouard (10.3), Jonathan Ikone (5), a total of 64 million euros were taken.
EnlargeThe Argentinean Giovani Lo Celso is currently on loan to Real Betis. The Spanish club is raising the call option over 22 million euros

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Argentinian Giovani Lo Celso is currently on loan to Real Betis. The Spanish club is raising the call option over 22 million euros.
This year, other players are on the sales list. And PSG has already done its “homework”. Argentine midfielder Giovani Lo Celso (23) is already on loan to Real Betis. The Spanish club will pull the call option over 22 million euros. Poland’s midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, 29, who is currently on loan to Lok Moscow, is likely to be buying over ten million euros.
Polish midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak is on loan to Lok Moscow. The purchase option
PSG expects further transfer revenue through the sale of Thomas Meunier (27). The Belgian right-back has already been made aware that he has no future in Paris. English clubs are interested in the services of the 27-year-olds. The club of coach Thomas Tuchel requires a transfer between 20 and 25 million euros.
About the same amount should bring a sale of Christopher Nkunku (21). The highly talented offensive player had little opportunity under Tuchel in the past season, but also has high-profile competition in the offensive at PSG. The contract Nkunkus runs until 2020, he wanted to leave the club in the winter. Now the club will no longer put any obstacles in the way of the Frenchman. Also with him English clubs are considered potential customers.
In addition, Stanley N’Soki (20) to leave the club. The left-back came from the second team to Tuchel squad, has a contract until 2021. Olympique Marseille is considered a potential buyer. Transfer fee: around 12 million euros.
The Financial Fair Play stipulates that an association may not spend more than it takes. Clubs taking part in Uefa competitions may have a maximum deficit of 30 million Euros within three years.

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