Fear of Financial Fair Play (FFP) is spreading in the European soccer world.
Following Manchester City in the English Premier League, which was embroiled in rumors of being expelled for violating FFP regulations, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), a prestigious French club in Ligue 1, is also expected to face a crisis.
French media L’Equipe reported on the 8th (Korean time) that ‘As PSG recruited world-class players such as Lionel Messi, the total annual salary will increase excessively and face a major purge.’
According to this media, PSG has increased its salary by 45% over the past two years due to the recruitment of big stars. This is the result of paying unconventional annual salaries to Neymar, Kyrian Mbappe, and others, including Messi.
PSG is known to have recorded a record-high annual salary for the entire team this season at 728 million euros (approximately 985 billion won). Last season, PGS’ income statement showed a loss of 370 million euros (approximately 500.6 billion won). 온라인카지노
From June of this year when the 2022-2023 season ends, the rules will be greatly affected by the revised FFP.
The European Football Federation (UEFA) imposed a penalty of 65 million euros (approximately 87.9 billion won) against PSG in August last year. Of these, 10 million euros (approximately 13.5 billion won) were paid immediately, and the remaining 55 million euros (approximately 74.4 billion won) were to be received when PSG violated again.
For this reason, clubs need to improve the main way to spend 90% of their income on player salaries. Requip explains that it should be reduced to 70% in at least two years.
In the end, it became inevitable to drastically reduce the burden of salary through the sale of players in the transfer market this summer. PSG, which showed little movement in the transfer market last winter, must precede salary slimming in order to reinforce it again in the coming summer.