For the sake of Obey Financial Fair Play, Begini How To Transfer PSG Mbappe

For the sake of Obey Financial Fair Play, Begini How To Transfer PSG Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain is rumored to be bringing Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe on loan, before hiring him for 180 million euros next year. It is used in order to comply with Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

Last week, ESPN reported that PSG almost completed a Mbappe transfer deal at a cost of around 150 million euros plus Lucas Moura or Goncalo Guedes, but Lucas did not want to leave PSG and Guedes preferred to join Valencia rather than Monaco.

PSG sporting director Antero Henrique then tried to persuade Javier Pastore to be part of the deal, but when the effort failed, PSG had little choice. But now the report appears that they agree to pay 180 million euros plus an additional in a transfer that does not involve other players.

Sources in Paris said that, after further discussions this weekend, a loan transfer would be made to bring Mbappe with an option to buy that permanently next year.

Monaco has accepted that Mbappe no longer wants to play for them and sales worth 180 million euros, either this summer or the year will be their best choice.

Mbappe, 18, is expected to sign a five-year deal at PSG next summer, after his loan term is over. The deal will make PSG have two players with the highest price in just weeks, after Neymar’s move from Barcelona earlier this summer.

These loans make PSG still have the funds to buy Mbappe team mates in Monaco, Fabinho, and the new goalkeeper is probably Pepe Reina from Napoli before the transfer window closes.

Henrique is trying to unleash some PSG peripheral players including Guedes, Serge Aurier, Grzegorz Krychowiak and Hatem Ben Arfa, and if he manages to sell the players, then PSG will be able to complete their business within FFP boundaries. PSG’s transfer business has drawn criticism that they are potentially violating UFA FFP rules, but PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said after Neymar’s transfer that he was not at all worried. (Source: ESPN)