Paris Saint-Germain are set to hold a meeting with the UEFA on April 20 to discuss the Financial Fair Play regulations, amid reports that the club are set to be fined for breaking the rules
The Sport Business has reported that the Ligue 1 leaders are currently under suspicion of breaching the regulations by securing sponsorship deal that exceed their current fair market value.
Previously the UEFA had punished PSG for breaking the FFP laws in 2014 due to their sponsorship deal with the Qatari Tourism Authority being deemed as unfairly over-priced.
“Paris Saint-Germain can only regret the fact that a few days before a scheduled meeting with UEFA, wrong information comes out again and is directed against the club in the British press.” read a PSG statement.
“Paris Saint-Germain recalls that the club has been monitored by UEFA for four years in the framework of the settlement signed in 2014 between the two parties and from which it was released in 2017.
“In fact, the European body has a clear and transparent vision of the financial state of the club, and in particular the amounts of multi-year contracts that bind it to its partners. The procedure is ongoing.
“Paris Saint-Germain is in permanent contact with its interlocutors at UEFA and will present calmly before the governing body of European football on April 20 to present the case.”