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PSG: A huge revolution is turning the Campos transfer window upside down
After turning a blind eye for the past two years due to the health situation, UEFA will once again crack down on financial fair play. Often pinned down by the European body, PSG will have to respect the rules set in order to avoid sanctions, which has an impact on the transfer window achieved by Luis Campos.
Often in the sights of UEFA because of its spending on the transfer market, the PSG will have to be wary in the coming months. After two years of generosity due to the health situation and the constraints it has placed on the teams, the body will once again crack down. Financial fair play is getting a facelift and threatens European leaders, especially those qualified for European competition. the PSG is often in the eye of the storm. President of La Liga, Javier Tebas is one of the many to believe that the Parisian team does not respect the rules laid down by theUEFA. Even less since the extension of Kylian Mbappe. The manager did not hesitate to lodge a complaint with theUEFA, but also French courts. ” We know the rules of Financial Fair Play, we have followed them from day one and we always will » had declared Nasser Al-Khelaifiupon arrival of Lionel Messi in August 2021.
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Financial fair play is making a comeback
But what are these new rules related to financial fair play? From this season, a three-year cycle will begin during which football clubs must not post more than €60 million in losses over this period. L’UEFA also introduced a rule that limits spending on agent salaries, transfers and commissions to 70% of club revenue. With a payroll of €600m, the PSG will have to check his accounts regularly. But after having sounded the end of the bling-bling eraNasser Al-Khelaïfi watch his spending on the transfer window.
An envelope already well under way
In charge of the summer transfer window, Luis Campos is intransigent in the negotiations, also to avoid putting the club in the red. Indeed, the PSG has planned an envelope of €80m for this transfer session and it is already well underway. Since the beginning of June, the team from the capital has exercised the purchase option included in the contract of Nuno Mendes and set at €35 million, but also paid Port part of the €41 million corresponding to the transfer of Vitinha. To this must be added the 10M€ spent on the file Nordi Mukiele. While the month of August has not yet started, the leeway for Luis Campos is already limited.
Campos review its priorities, the focus will be on sales
To find greater flexibility, Luis Campos must find cash. Admittedly, it had never generated so much revenue (just over €700 million last season), but the club must imperatively reduce its workforce in the coming weeks. The list of undesirables is known: Layvin Kurzawa, Ander Herrera, Julian Draxler, Georginio Wijnaldum, Mauro Icardi, Thilo Kehrer and Rafina. the PSG will not oppose either the departures ofAbdou Diallo, Arnaud Kalimuendo, Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe, Leandro Paredes and D’Idrissa Gueye if the offer is satisfactory. Waiting for movement in the direction of departures, Luis Campos put several files on stand-by, in particular that of Milan Skriniar. Forced to respect the rules laid down by theUEFAthe Portuguese also let slip some priority tracks like Gianluca Scamaccagone to West Ham. All is not rosy PSG.
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