Paris Saint-Germain’s Transfers This Summer ‘Exposed’ In Damning Tweet That Has Gone Viral

 

Paris Saint-Germain’s transfers this summer has been exposed by a journalist who has slammed the club and UEFA.

PSG are on the verge of completing their fourth blockbuster free signing in Lionel Messi amid his shock Barcelona exit.

The French giants have already snapped up Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Georginio Wijnaldum, who all arrived on a free transfer.

The club have also shelled out a massive £54 million to lure Achraf Hakimi away from Inter Milan.

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While the potential transfer of Messi would be a free transfer, he’s set to command a whopping contract.

PSG’s transfer activity has been scrutinised by Anthony Lopopolo, who called out UEFA’s ‘charade’ and questioned PSG’s summer spending spree.

He tweeted: “How can PSG give Neymar €30M per season, while paying €60M for Hakimi and €75M in pre-tax wages to Messi, Donnarumma, Wijnaldum, and Ramos, and even *think* about re-signing Mbappe in the same year it’s expected to lose €204M in revenue?

“UEFA, just end the charade.”

How can PSG give Neymar €30M per season, while paying €60M for Hakimi and €75M in pre-tax wages to Messi, Donnarumma, Wijnaldum, and Ramos, and even *think* about re-signing Mbappe in the same year it’s expected to lose €204M in revenue? UEFA, just end the charade.

— Anthony Lopopolo (@sportscaddy) August 6, 2021

In another tweet, he added: “French newspaper L’Equipe in January: “Selling players becomes Leonardo’s main mission.” PSG sporting director Leonardo: *yawning face emoji*” 

French newspaper L’Equipe in January: “Selling players becomes Leonardo’s main mission.”

PSG sporting director Leonardo: 🥱

— Anthony Lopopolo (@sportscaddy) August 6, 2021

Lopopolo continued: “UEFA has done absolutely nothing to repair its image as a morally bankrupt organization with zero interest in making the game more sustainable. It has punished lesser clubs for far less egregious market activity than PSG’s. Many times, perception is indeed reality.” 

UEFA has done absolutely nothing to repair its image as a morally bankrupt organization with zero interest in making the game more sustainable. It has punished lesser clubs for far less egregious market activity than PSG’s. Many times, perception is indeed reality.

— Anthony Lopopolo (@sportscaddy) August 6, 2021

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