French newspaper, L’Equipe, revealed an article on Friday, claiming PSG had been contemplating cashing in on one among their prized property to adjust to UEFA guidelines.
PSG – who spent a world-record €222million on Neymar in 2017 earlier than finishing the everlasting €180m signing of Mbappe – swiftly and strongly refuted these claims as they questioned L’Equipe’s motives.
“In an article revealed this Friday night on its web site, L’Equipe [French newspaper] dares to say ‘PSG is able to lose Kylian Mbappe and Neymar Jr to keep away from [FFP] sanctions’.
“Past denying this misinformation, ridiculous and solely aimed to create as soon as once more a tricky relationship between our membership and this media, PSG is questioning, as soon as extra, about the primary objective of L’Equipe and its underlying considered its modifying work regarding PSG.
“There are such a lot of examples of this sort of information aiming to convey a nasty ambiance across the membership. Final one in date, final Wednesday, matchday in opposition to Strasbourg, with a frontpage which pretended there was a ‘Cavani subject’. In passing, relating to the unimaginable quantity of frontpages involving PSG on this every day newspaper, proof of the membership’s fame, PSG is asking itself concerning the schizophrenic behaviour of L’Equipe and its hierarchy.
“4 days earlier than an essential sport at Belgrade within the Champions League, PSG is inviting its neighborhood – followers, companions, former gamers… – to unite much more across the Purple & Blue shirt, round its gamers, its values and its ambitions that the membership will at all times maintain with delight.
“The massive help from our followers on the social networks and contained in the stadium give energy to Neymar, Cavani, Mbappe and to all of the gamers. Towards the misinformation led by L’Equipe, and its insistence to place us in bother, PSG, probably the most well-known and profitable French membership, says as soon as once more it solely needs to talk to the great and bonafide media,” the assertion learn.