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PSG continue to taunt Financial Fair Play regulators by considering €100million bid for new goalkeeper

The Ligue 1 side have just forked out €222million for Neymar but are still on keen on improving their squad

It’s become increasingly obvious that UEFA’s Financial Fair Play rules were leaked as an admin error by a work experience boy.

Clearly the governing body have no interest in actually enforcing any regulations regarding obscene spending.

And PSG know it.

Financial Fair what? Never heard of it…

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Financial Fair what? Never heard of it…

Having just written a cheque for €222million to sign Neymar from Barcelona, the Ligue 1 club are now preparing an audacious bid for Jan Oblak.

According to A Bola, PSG want the Atletico Madrid keeper as their new No1 and are ready to submit a formal offer of €60million.

However, if Atletico give them the Barca treatment and issue a ‘not for sale’ warning then PSG are reportedly prepared to meet Oblak’s €100million release clause.

The 24-year-old Slovenian keeper has been one of Europe’s most consistent shot stoppers over the last two seasons and PSG see him as the perfect man to solidify their defence after supplementing their attack with Neymar.

Jan Oblak's release clause will increase from £67million to £87m

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Oblak could become the latest man to make us all question our sanity

If an extraordinary €100million switch were to take place, Oblak would become the most expensive keeper of all time and the equal third most expensive player in history alongside Gareth Bale.

Atletico Madrid are yet to respond to the rumours but there would be no point in accepting an offer of €60million if PSG are indeed willing to break new ground and fork out €100million on a keeper.


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Yesterday PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi told ESPN he is ‘not really worried at all’ about UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations.

Really? We never would have guessed…

Nasser Al-Khelaifi is head of Qatar Sports Investment group which own PSG

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Nasser Al-Khelaifi thinking about all the f**ks he doesn’t give

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