Paris Saint-Germain have started a war against Barcelona, according to Sport who quote L’Equipe as their source.
The French champions haven’t forgotten the antics of their La Liga counterparts in their attempt to sign Adrien Rabiot this summer, and they’re prepared to fight the Catalans on every front with everything they’ve got. Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has added further fuel on the fire by openly stating he was happy that the Parisians are being investigated for a possible breach of Financial Fair Play rules.
PSG are forced to wait on the outcome of the inquest before they can give an ultimate answer to the wage demands of Rabiot, reportedly amounting to €10million per year, with the French international having already rejected their third offer, one of €7.2million per year.
At Barcelona they believe this delay is playing into their hands and that they may force PSG to sell the midfielder in January, in order to avoid losing him for free.
Meanwhile, Sport also report that PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has forbidden one of their executives, Adrien Tarascon, to attend the Sports Technology Symposium, organized by Barcelona in mid November at the Camp Nou.
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