Ligue 1 UEFA is no longer under investigation
Paris Saint-Germain they are free to flex their muscles in the summer transfer window after Court of Arbitration for Sportclosed the investigation on the club's compliance with the rules of financial fair play.
The French club wanted to deny some of the media claims that they were part of a special investigation that examined the purchases of Neymar is Kylian Mbappe.
The case was reopened by UEFA precisely because of the pressure exerted on them by some clubs due to the enormous expenses paid for the signing of these two players.
Moreover, and despite the fact that the transfers investigated at the time by UEFA (from 2014 to 2017), did not include last season when purchases of Neymar is Mbappe took place, the club has already met the requirements of UEFA compared to the three seasons investigated in which PSG had to sell players in June 2017 for a value of 60 million and their sponsorship contracts have already been adjusted to the values requested by the Chamber of Inquiry.
The PSG case was closed first by the UEFA Investigation Chamber on June 13, 2018. concluding that there was no reason to believe that the French club had violated the financial Fair Fair.
The Chamber of Judges decided to reopen the case three weeks later, but the appeal did not take effect until 19 September 2018.
It was then that the PSG appealed to the CAS before this decision and the Court gave its result.