Paris Saint-Germain’s defeat at the Allianz Arena has shaken the economic foundations of the Parisian organization.Christophe Galtier’s men eliminated in the Champions League For Nasser Al-Khelaifi, not only is it another sporting contingency in the quest for the long-awaited ‘Orejona’, but the club is not budgeted at the start of the season.
PSG’s sporting project always aims to win the continent’s biggest competition, so yesterday’s KO against Bayern Munich was They will stop receiving the €43.1 million ($45,555,881) the Champions League champions receive.
Parisians are “winning” in another sense, even if it’s a lot of money. Having advanced to the round of 16, If you don’t win one of the two games (each game will add $2.8M to $2,959,546 to your income)PSG will receive €9.6 million ($10,147,017), which is a far cry from the potential future earnings they could have had if they went through more rounds.
Clubs will receive €10.6 million ($11,203,998) per club in respect of qualifying for the quarter-finals.an additional €12.5 million ($13,212,262) if they reach the semi-finals. And finally, about 15.5 million euros ($16,383,205) would be paid if it arrived in Istanbul on June 10, and another 4.5 million euros ($4,756,414) would be paid if Orehona was removed. increase. )
In total, the €43.1 million ($45,555,881) originally budgeted for the Prince’s Park, but not entered after the defeat on Bavarian land.