Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly be forced to sell one of their prized assets at the end of the season to avoid Financial Fair Play sanctions.
The French champions have been threatened with severe punishment by UEFA if they fail to get their finances in order.
An investigation looking into the Ligue 1 giants’ financial activity is expected to be concluded in the coming weeks, giving them a chance to reevaluate where they stand.According to L’Equipe, however, PSG are already bracing themselves for the loss of one of their superstar forwards, with Kylian Mbappe or Neymar potentially having to be sold to balance the books.
Mbappe is said to carry a higher transfer valuation, though Neymar would be easier to flog as Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona are all believed to be willing to spend big for his services.
PSG were cleared of breaking FFP rules by UEFA in June, but it reopened its investigation three months ago.