Celebrity News: Paris Saint-Germain has joined Monaco to deny a possible deal for the transfer between the two clubs by Kylian Mbappé, something that had recently announced a sports newspaper.
Through beIN Sports PSG has announced that it has no closed agreement with Monaco for the signing of Mbappé and that even the transaction is not considered if it reaches 180 million euros because they could not afford that payout. The PSG explains that if it had to pay those 180 million euros that were announced as the agreement that had arrived with Monaco by Mbappé would break the rules of the Financial Fair Play stipulated by UEFA.
The means of communication used by the PSG to deny the agreement with Monaco by Mbappé is very important because it must be remembered that beIN Sports is also owned by the owner of the Parisian ensemble. That is, it seems that the sources that may have beIN Sports are completely reliable in this case as it would be strange that the PSG gave false information to the chain of the owner of the club.
The famous newspaper had recently announced that PSG and Monaco had definitively closed an agreement for the transfer of Mbappé for a figure of 180 million euros, although the clubs have been slow in denying it. These denials have triggered the rumors coming from England in which it is said that the Manchester City of Guardiola would have taken advantage of the situation to offer to the Monaco that 180 million to obtain the transfer of Mbappé.