Paris Saint-Germain feel persecuted by existing European order


With the multi-million acquisitions of Kylian Mbappe and Neymer, Paris Saint Germain have emerged into the spotlight and there will be plenty of attention on how well they now can perform in the Champions League.



PSG's moves, during the summer transfer window, changed the scenery of world football, as their president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, seeks to establish the French team among the European football greats.
The multi-billionaire boss understands as well that his ongoing project has started bothering Champions League rivals who are worried that PSG will unsettle the existing order.
His controversial transfer policy has allegedly led a third party to make a complaint to FIFA regarding Neymar's move, although Al-Khelaifi remains confident that everything happened in a fully legal manner.

The Paris club maintain that they have adapted to the Financial Fair Play rules and the Qatari businessman is expected to break down his ambitious project in the next few days.
Meanwhile, PSG seem ready to defend themselves from the ongoing accusations regarding their new status in the world of football.
Source: All Football

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