- PSG could be be forced to sell Neymar or Kylian Mbappe if found guilty by UEFA
- The governing body will respond to their financial fair play regulation this month
- Real Madrid will be open to take advantage of situation if PSG are found guilty
Financial Fair Play regulations could force Paris St-Germain to sell their Brazilian forward Neymar or forfeit their deal to make Kylian Mbappe's loan deal permanent.
UEFA will decide whether or not to sanction PSG for violating financial Fair Play rules which could bring Real Madrid closer to signing one of the two stars.
Los Blancos could reactivate negotiations with the Brazilian star even after the player has stated he wants to remain at Parc des Princes.
The second scenario would be for the European governing body to ban PSG from buying players if the Ligue 1 champions are found guilty.
This means that France World Cup star Mbappé, who has a contract of assignment until August 27, with the Parisians will have to return to Monaco if the PSG cannot buy.
Whichever way the situation sways, Real who have in the past been linked with both PSG stars, will be favourites cash-in for one of them.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Champions League holders Real Madrid have reportedly launched a fresh bid of £269 million to sign Paris Saint Germain superstar Neymar before deadline transfer day.
The Galacticos suffered a 4-2 to Atletico Madrid in a disappointing defeat in post Cristiano Ronaldo's era in the UEFA Super Cup clash on Wednesday, August 15.
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