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World Cup: PSG will receive 3 million euros thanks to the World Cup of its players


Fifa will pay nearly three million euros to the capital club to compensate for the provision of the Parisian players present

With two players present in the World Cup final and Leo Messi winner with Argentina, PSG emerged as the big winner of this World Cup disputed in Qatar.

And thanks to the good course of its internationals, the club of the capital will also receive a significant financial windfall.

Since 2010, FIFA has set up a compensation system for clubs that release their players for a competition organized by the world body.

The formations concerned receive around 10,000 euros per player, a figure multiplied by the number of days of presence with the selection.

In total, the Ligue 1 clubs will share 12.1 million euros out of the 200 million euros allocated and it is PSG who will receive the largest part of it.

Di Maria and Paredes brought money to PSG

With eleven internationals present in the ranks of the selections (Messi, Mbappé, Hakimi, Neymar, Marquinhos, Vitinha, Nuno Mendes, Danilo, Soler, Sarabia, Navas), the Parisian club was the biggest supplier on French soil, ahead of Stade Rennes (8 players), AS Monaco (6 players) and Olympique de Marseille (5 players).

It is nearly 3.1 million euros which will therefore go into the coffers of PSG thanks to the good course of its players.

It is ahead of AS Monaco (1.46 million euros) and OM (1.42 million euros).

Neymar and Marquinhos, quarter-finalists with Brazil, each brought in nearly 265,000 euros.

Achraf Hakimi allows the Parisian club to collect 300,000 euros after their semi-final with Morocco.

PSG receives 700,000 euros thanks to the superb career of its two finalists Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé.

Other internationals have also helped to swell the pretty envelope touched by the club of the capital.

Fifa rules state that any player who has spent the last two years at the club earns him money on a prorated basis.

This is particularly the case of the Argentinian world champions Angel Di Maria, who left for Juventus Turin, and Leandro Paredes, on loan to the same club last summer.

Source: leparis

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