The sum is substantial, to say the least, and corresponds to the total impact of the Covid-19 on all of its activity. In particular on income relating to TV rights and also revenue from ticketing. The Ile-de-France club hoped to recover at least € 30 million over the last five games planned at the Parc des Princes during the current financial year. And we are not talking about the Champions League games, which are even more profitable in this respect.
An inevitable impact on the next transfer window
Logically, and even if the situation is far from being as critical as that of its Ligue 1 competitors, Paris is likely to suffer seriously from these losses. Inevitably, this will affect its plans for the transfer window. The objective will no longer be to strengthen the workforce but to rebalance the accounts. The champions of France could even have to sell several of their players in order to give themselves some air. In short, and as is the case for any other private enterprise, the finances of PSG will be shaken by the long period of inactivity.