ROME – Has anyone at UEFA hidden the violations of the financial fair play of Paris Saint Germain ? Certainly the New York Times scoop provides evidence that there has been battle within the organization before saving the PSG, which when a substantial archiving report was drafted the head of the ad hoc commission sent it back because it manifestly " erroneus ”with the recommendation to shed light on the other dossiers entrusted to the same acquirer.
When two years ago, at the height of a crazy transfer market session, the Qatari sheikh of Paris Saint Germain paid 400 million euros to secure the performance of Neymar and 'Mbappè (the two most expensive purchases in history), few observers would have sworn that the parameters of financial fair play had been respected.
Fair play that, in order to avoid the European football system being crushed by debts, basically requires not being able to spend one euro more than what is earned. The blows of the PSG were so striking as to arouse, together with the enthusiasm of the fans and the envy of the adversaries, also the attention of the UEFA.
The New York Time, which had access to official documents, summoned Yves Leterme, the former prime minister of Belgium, the chief investigator author of the "erroneus" dossier and José Narciso da Cunha Rodrigues, formerly the highest judge of the European Court and chairman of the UEFA panel that deals precisely with the pénenalizations of those who do not respect the financial rules. In the end the PSG defensive line passed: the rich sponsor contracts with Qatari state entities justified sufficient revenues.
The Tlc Ooredoo, the Qatar National Bank and above all the Qatar Tourism Authority: Neymar and 'Mbappè have bought them from the State of Qatar, Uefa has also closed the eye of Cunha Rodrigues. (source New York Times)
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