French giants are ready to spend another £162m to land Monaco’s teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe
The mega-rich French side are going to get the book thrown at them after spending a world-record £198million to sign Neymar.
Neymar’s move to PSG will fall foul of Uefa’s FFP initiative
The mega rich club spent a staggering £198m to sign the Brazilian
And the cheque book remains open as they plot yet another staggering move for Kylian Mbappe.
It has thrown huge question marks over how PSG can get away with spending so much but keep within Uefa’s break-even FFP rules.
The rules were introduced in 2013 to stop clubs accumulating too much debt and to prevent wealthy owners from injecting too much cash into their clubs.
The rules state that over a three-year period a club like PSG, owned by the Gulf state of Qatar, can spend 30m euros more than it earns.
The Times report that a punishment is coming their way but not until the autumn of 2018 when PSG are next assessed.
That is because FFP covers profit and loss over a three-year period.
Kylian Mbappe will be the latest massive money move to PSG
Kylian Mbappe could net Monaco £162million if he leaves
Neymar scores on his first PSG appearance against EA Guingamp
Neymar walks on to pitch for first PSG appearance against EA Guingamp
PSG are growing increasingly confident that they will land Monaco’s wonderkid for £162m.
Club captain Thiago Silva told Canal Plus: “I think for a team like Paris, who like good players. He can be an important and very interesting player.
“From what I saw on TV, he also has a good head [he is mature].”