PSG has carried out this summer a transfer market available to very few teams in the history of this sport. Putting Messi, Neymar and Mbappé together in the same team seems like a utopia that not everyone would be able to even imagine.
The only palpable problem that arises as a result of the incorporation of the best player in history is the completion of the financial Fair Play. PSG must act quickly in the remainder of the market if it wants its accounts to comply with the provisions of the regulations.
Toni Roca, director of the Sports Law Institute, wanted to analyze from the financial point of view the situation that the Parisian team is going through; that if he wants to keep his superstars project within the legal framework, he will have to carry out certain actions: “PSG must stick to only two paths to comply with the Financial Fair Play and for its project to be viable this season. The first of these is the management of sponsorships, with the arrival of new contracts that allow Paris Saint-Germain to exceed the expenses and thus be able to be within the margins of the norm. On the other hand, the departure of footballers from the squad should be promoted before the market closes to balance the accounts and avoid any type of sanction ”.
Regarding the management of sponsorships and the arrival of new contracts, they will not have too many problems to achieve it, because there is no better image in the world of football than that of Leo Messi. The Argentine footballer reported to Barcelona with his simple presence around 187 million euros a year. Huge figures that PSG can now take advantage of.
On the sales issue, there are many footballers, especially within the offensive field, who are looking for a quick exit so as not to continue next season in the French capital. The arrival of Leo Messi has caused that many players of rotation happen to a difficult third plane to assimilate for an elite footballer.