Why PSG may be forced to sell Mbappe, Neymar to Real Madrid

Real Madrid are monitoring the situation at Paris Saint-Germain and will be ready to pounce if they are forced to sell Neymar or Kylian Mbappe, due to Financial Fair Play (FFP) restrictions.

PSG’s acquisition of the two players for huge sums (£200m for Neymar and £166m for Mbappe), is being investigated by UEFA.

The harshest punishment would be exclusion from the Champions League.

AS reports that Real, who have been long-time admirers of both Neymar and Mbappe, are keeping a close eye on the situation and are ready to take one of them if PSG need to make a quick sale.

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The La Liga side are looking to strengthen their squad and bring in a big name, following the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus in the summer.

PSG have previously been investigated over FFP, but the latest set of leaks published by German magazine, Der Speige, have thrown the French giants back into the spotlight.


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