Wednesday 4 July 2018

UEFA is set to review PSG's Financial Fair Play case

UEFA's recent decision to close an investigation into Paris Saint-Germain's accounts has effectively been appealed by the chairman of the committee that oversees the Financial Fair Play rules.
The French champions were cleared last month of breaking FFP rules with UEFA warning the Qatari-owned club remained under close scrutiny following an investigation into their finances between 2015-17.

PSG bought Brazil forward Neymar from Barcelona for £200m last summer and later signed Kylian Mbappe on loan from Monaco with an option to buy after one season for a fee understood to be in the region of £166m.

The probe was closed by the chairman and chief investigator of the Club Financial Control Body's (CFCB) investigatory chamber, after it was found the club's transfers from that period were in line with the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations. 

A UEFA statement read: "In light of the recent decision of the Club Financial Control Body chief investigator to close the investigation into Paris Saint-Germain - which commenced on 1 September 2017 - the chairman of the CFCB has decided to send this decision for review by the adjudicatory chamber."

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