PSG Pede Passes UEFA Financial Fair Play Exam
Paris Saint Germain (PSG) is confident of passing a UEFA-related financial fair play Situs Judi. Le Parisien feels he remains in the corridor despite the jor-rod in the transfer market this summer.
“PSG understands UEFA’s decision to ensure that the club remains in line with established criteria,” PSG’s official statement quoted Four Four Two as saying.
“The club is very confident about the ability to stay within the financial fair play regulations for fiscal 2017/2018,” the statement continued.
As is known, PSG has jor-shopping rod players in the transfer market this summer. One of them when bringing Neymar from Barcelona with a transfer of 222 million euros or Rp 3.5 trillion.
To reduce the surplus of players, PSG sold Blaise Matuidi to Juventus and Serge Aurier to Tottenham Hotspur. Matuidi sold 20 million euros, while Aurier released with a dowry of 23 million euros.
However, instead of selling more players, PSG actually brought Kylian Mbappe from AS Monaco on loan. This action then led to the suspicion of UEFA.