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More than $90 million in “suspicious” income: UEFA to investigate PSG for negotiating footballers with Qatar Football | United States printing

Paris Saint-Germain’s latest transfer to Qatari football They sounded the alarm to UEFA regarding economic fair play. According to the French newspaper L’Equipe, the German footballer is the third PSG player to leave for Qatar, generating 85 million euros, or just over $90 million, for the Parisian club’s coffers.

Precisely in this market where the French needed to balance the books and avoid falling into violation of Financial Fair Play, The Parisian club got rid of the Italian Marco Verrati and the Frenchman Diallo and sold them to Al-Arabi SC For his part, Draxler was transferred to Al-Ahli SC

Given the proximity between Qatar and PSG, the highest body of European football has decided to open an investigation to assess the ethics and legality of these transfers. According to L’Equipe, UEFA could freeze the money from these transfers and the Parisian team could receive a sanction.

Draxler was the last to leave for Qatari soil for an operation which brought in $21.38 million for the Parisian team. Verrati did it for $53.46 million and Diallo did the same for $16.04 million.

The German’s transfer came in a surprising way after the same player announced that he would not go to Qatari football due to personal problems that seem to have been resolved since this Saturday Draxler passed the medical examination at Doha and signed for his new club, Al Ahli. for two seasons.

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