Much to the chagrin of those who dislike Paris Saint-Germain, the club has been able to largely avoid major sanctions due to Financial Fair Play infractions.
Despite setting a record with the €222 million transfer of Neymar Jr. from FC Barcelona and another €180 million on Kylian Mbappé who joined from AS Monaco, PSG has been incredibly smart by offsetting those signings with lucrative partnership deals.
Heading into a summer where multiple quality signings are necessary to fill out the squad, the Ligue 1 champions received a boost of sorts as RMC Sport reports there will be three changes to the Financial Fair Play regulations in the aftermath of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading…
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