Edinson Cavani and Thiago Silva are leaving PSG at the end of the season. The deparutre of two fo their biggest stars will be very welcomed for PSG’s earnings.
The end of this season will mark the departure of two of Paris Saint-Germain’s biggest stars, as Edinson Cavani and Thiago Silva will end their careers in the Parc des Princes.
The departure of the Uruguayan and Brazilian will be a real blow to the team’s morale, as they are two of the strongest men in the dressing room.
However, the end of the two players’ careers in Paris will be a real relief for the French team’s accounts.
As ‘AS’ points out, PSG continues to be scrutinised by UEFA and threatened by the so-called ‘Financial Fair Play’.
The departure of Cavani and Thiago Silva will mean the club’s spending on salaries will be considerably reduced, as both players were earning well over a million euros per month.
However, PSG will now have to look for substitutes for these two players, and considering the market’s current inflation, the earnings will most likely end up reinvested.