Despite its large deficit, PSG should not be sanctioned by UEFA, as a result of a “settlement agreement” with the European body. And OM and Monaco shouldn’t be worried either.
PSG have received good news from UEFA. While he was pinned by the UEFA Club Financial Control Body (ICFC) last summer because of his 65 million euro deficit, with the key a fine of 10 million euros, the capital club should escape heavier sanctions at the end of the season, according to The Team.
However, the champions of France must imperatively raise the bar on the financial level this summer at the risk of being pinned again next season, with among the possible sanctions the “impossibility of registering more than 23 players on list A. (and no longer 25)” or the “ban on the registration of new players on the A list during UEFA club competitions”.
Despite their deficits, Marseille and Monaco should also not be sanctioned more at the end of the season after having been fined 300,000 euros this fall.