About Transfer Activities, UEFA Watch Man City and PSG
The European Football Federation (UEFA) claims to be overseeing the transfer activities of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Manchester City in the summer of 2017 Bandar Bola.
Ahead of the rolling season 2017-2018, Manchester City has issued 220 million poudsterling (about Rp 3.9 trillion). That amount of money was spent by The Citizens to buy five players.
The players are Bernardo Silva, Benjamin Mendy (AS Monaco), Ederson Moraes (Benfica), Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur), and Danilo Luis da Silva (Real Madrid).
Meanwhile, Paris Saint-Germain recently spent 16 million euros (approximately Rp 250 billion) to bring in one Real Sociedad player, Yuri Berchiche.
In fact, overall, PSG made a profit of 1 million euros in buying and selling players after releasing Jean-Kevin Augustin and Youssouf Sabaly for a total price of 17 million euros.
However, PSG transfer activity has not been completed yet. What’s more, they have plans to bring Neymar Junior from FC Barcelona for 222 million euros (about Rp 3.5 trillion).
As a result of the transfer activity, UEFA conducted direct monitoring to PSG and Man City. According to them, The Citizens have the opportunity to violate the rules of Financial Fair Play (FFP).
In fact, this is not the first time for both clubs are under the supervision of UEFA.
“Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City have been sanctioned and we can say that Inter Milan and AS Roma are also receiving special attention,” said UEFA chief executive who handles transfer issues, Andrea Traverso.
“All clubs should respect the rules of FFP like other members in Europe, they should not lose over 26.8 million pounds over three seasons,” he said.
In the case of FFP, Man City was sanctioned after being charged by UEFA against the rule in 2014.
Sanctions in the form of reduced number of players who may include Man City to appear in the Champions League from 25 to 21 names of players….