PSG To Put Up Four Players On The Transfer Market To Comply With FFP
Pairs Saint-Germain has spent quite a lot this summer. Forking out £198 million for Neymar and possibly another £166 million for Mbappe if the deal goes through next season. After spending a grand total of £354 million on just two players left a lot of people wondering how PSG would comply with the FFP.
Even after PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi confirming that his team won’t have any trouble complying with FFP’s rules, reports say the French side will have to free up at least £66 million by 30th June.
The best way to free up that kind of cash would, of course, be to sell some players and four players have been named who might potentially be leaving.
Hatem Ben Arfa being on the list is no surprise considering his current situation. With making no appearances this season, the former Hull, Newcastle United, Nice & Marseille man was heavily linked to a move last summer, but nothing came of it.
The French man has been heavily linked to a move to Leicester City in January. Current boss Claude Puel and Ben Arfa had worked together at Nice with Ben Arfa scoring 18 goals in 37 appearances.
Besides, Argentine pair Javier Pastore and Angel Di Maria could both be set to moves away. Because of the entries of Neymar and Mbappe, the combine’s first-team chances have been fairly constrained, and they are not an esteemed key. Previous Palermo man Pastore has pulled in enthusiasm from both Milan clubs, while Barcelona pursued Di Maria in the mid-year.
At last, finishing the quarter is Brazilian Lucas Moura. Alongside Di Maria, the former Sao Paulo man was connected with a move to Tottenham late in the summer window, yet stayed in the French capital. He hasn’t made a solitary begin, however, overseeing only 72 minutes from the bench.