Nakajima: the last PSG trap to the financial Fair Play

The young Japanese, who plays in Portugal's Portimonense, will reach the Al Duhail of Qatar for 35 million euros, a club that also belongs to the Qatari sheikh as PSG.


The last maneuver of the PSG to get around the financial Fair Play has to do with Shoya Nakajima. The young Japanese, 24, is the star of Portuguese Portimonense and the Japanese team, although he lost the Asian Cup at the last minute due to injury. Several big clubs are interested in him, from Porto to the best of the Premier. However, the one that will finally take him to the winter market will be the surprising Al Duhail of Qatar, leader of the modest Qatari league, which will pay no more than 35 million for him. An eccentricity.

It is without discussion the most expensive signing of Qatari football and leaves on the horizon the option of PSG being behind the operation. Al Duhail, like the Parisian team, belongs to the Qatari royal family, so it would not be surprising that the signing had as its objective to reinforce the PSG with Nakajima in the near future. The obstacles that the French side is facing The financial Fair Play means that you can not afford big expenses without first making sales that balance your accounts.

Using a satellite club like Al Duhail you could find a legal loophole through which to continue reinforcing PSG with the best players, as is the case with Nakajima This is already happening today with clubs owned by the same owners as City and Girona or Watford and Udinese.



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