Money PSG risk paying big fine

15:05  08 august  2020
15:05  08 august  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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Paris Saint-Germain management could be forced to pay a fine of 15 million euros after dismissing a former partner.

PSG © Supplied by Football 365 PSG In the grip of economic difficulties like all European clubs, PSG could have to pay a hefty fine. According to the Team, the Paris commercial court ruled in favor of the English company TRM Partners in its dispute with the Parisian management . The latter will have to pay up to 15 million euros if her appeal is refused. The case will go to the Paris Court of Appeal next year. PSG signed with Accor without going through TRM Partners In June 2018, the managers of Paris Saint-Germain decided to sign an agreement with TRM Partners. The English box was to take care of the marketing of the rights to the jersey of the Ligue 1 team until February 2019. However, the Parisians had signed a partnership with Accor for the hotel group to become the main jersey sponsor of the champion of France and that without going through TRM . The club’s former business partner was unpaid and won his case last April at the Paris Commercial Court.

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