Although PSG is making a brilliant transfer market to date (Wijnaldum, Achraf, Donnarumma, Ramos …), the economic situation of the Parisian team is not ideal to face next season. According to information from L’Equipe, the French giant will have to make a profit of up to 180 million euros through the sale of several players to avoid a sanction by the DNCG, the financial body in charge of the accounts of the Ligue 1 clubs.
Last season, PSG’s losses ranged between 250 and 300 million euros. However, and as indicated by L’Equipe, the deficit has not had any consequence in the club, which has not had to make, for the moment, any adjustment to avoid a sanction. However, the Parisians must now obtain a record number in sales since Al-Khelaïfi landed in 2011 in the French capital. The record of income is in 80 million and the options to sell do not guarantee to reach that amount.
One of the questions in Paris is the case of Mbappé. If the striker does not renew and PSG decides to sell him, the transfer figure would be around 150 million, something that would reduce the pressure of the club in its room for maneuver to undertake incorporations. However, Al-Khelaïfi’s position is clear: they will not sell Mbappé under any circumstances, which forces PSG to mobilize to release several members of the squad.