UEFA warn PSG of possible sanctions should financial losses continue

UEFA has issued a major warning to Paris Saint-Germain as the French club has been found guilty of violating financial fair play over the past three years.

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The European football body has given the Ligue 1 team three years to rectify the situation and put their results in order.

Since June 2021, UEFA’s club financial control body has been monitoring the Parisian club for significant losses exceeding €30m in the last three financial years.

With PSG passing the 30 million deficit threshold, the consequences for the French champions will be more severe than for Marseille.

It became known that the club of Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe is under the threat of not only financial, but also sports sanctions.

This will happen if PSG does not correct the situation.

It should be noted that PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi is also President of the European Club Association (ECA) and thus works hand in hand with UEFA.

The football organization has sent a letter to PSG and Marseille, among others, warning them of the situation they are in and the risk of repercussions if they do not cut their losses.

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