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The PSG can break the banking this summer: 220 millions!

Published:8/06/2017 - 16:30h

Updated:8/06/2017 - 16:45h

The project of the Spanish trainer Unai Emery for the following season would consist in buying to six players: an attacker, a midfield player, two defences, and a goalkeeper, as it publishes "Him Parisien" in his edition of this Thursday

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The Paris Saint-Germain can break the market of signings with the 220 million euros that has to spend in signings in the season 2017-2018, an only surpassed figure by the Real Madrid in 2009 (257 millions), published today the French newspaper "Him Parisien".

Some of the names that sound to dress the elastic of the PSG are the Hispanic-Brazilian Diego Coast (Chelsea), the Argentinian Sergio Agüero (Manchester City), the young star of the Monaco Kylian Mbappé, or the gabonés Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund), to the one who the German newspaper "Sport Bild" already situates it in Paris.

This renewal of the team takes place after the results obtained by the PSG this season (champions of the Glass of the League, Glass of France, and Supercopa) were underneath of the expectations.

The UEFA controls them closely

The PSG has been under the radar of the UEFA by the "fair play" financial -not spending more than what ingresa-, but, according to "L'Instrument", the club dominated by the cataríes does not have for the moment reasons to upset on a possible sanction.

The French club spent the past season 144 million euros in signings like the ones of the German Julian Draxler (42 millions), the Portuguese Gonçalo Guedes (30), the canterano of the Real Madrid Jesé Rodríguez (25), or the pertinent Pole of the Seville Grzegorz Krychowiak (26).

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