PSG will force to sell Mbappe or Neymar to avoid the sanction from UEFA in the end of this season


Neymar and Kylian Mbappe Neymar and Kylian Mbappe - Paris Saint-Germain is rumored to have to sell one of its most expensive player, Kylian Mbappe or Neymar later this season to avoid being sanctioned by UEFA's Financial Fair Play (FFP). PSG is reportedly in deficit of EUR 170 million to offset the balance sheet and avoid UEFA sanctions. Even so until now the PSG is still denying news that they have violated the FFP regulations.

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UEFA is still investigating the alleged FFP violations committed by PSG. While the PSG appealed to the International Sports Arbitration Court (CAS) related to UEFA investigations. Quoted from the US, PSG will be faced with the choice of selling between Neymar or Mbappe to offset their balance sheet. The reason is, only those two players who have the selling value for more than EUR 170 million.

PSG recruited Neymar from Barcelona with a transfer of EUR 222 million in 2017, while Mbappe was permanently contracted this season from AS Monaco with a transfer value of EUR 180 million. PSG is believed to be experiencing a slight loss if it sells Neymar. The reason, the Brazilian striker was rumored to only have a sale value under EUR 170 million. Mbappe currently has a higher selling value than Neymar, and is claimed to reach EUR 200 million.


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