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If the fee were to be paid by the Qatar Tourist Authority for example, there would be some interesting implications.If the transaction took place entirely outside PSG accounts, the the purchase would not appear in the club accounts. UEFA have robust and comprehensive Related Party Transaction (RPT) rules to capture such a scenario.
Interestingly, if PSG purchase Neymar’s contract in the standard manner, the transfer fee would be ‘amortised’ over the life of the contract.Consequently, the £198m fee would be included as a single amount in the FFP test that takes place in 2018/19 season (when the RPT is identified by UEFA and included in the FFP calculations).So, if QTA pay the fee and Neymar isn’t amortised, there is no way that the club will pass the 2018/19 FFP test; it is inconceivable that they could claim sufficient increased sponsorship to get them over the E30m maximum for the three seasons if there is a one-off £198m expense.Moving from an assessment over one season to an assessment over three seasons has presented some challenges.
Interestingly, rather than introduce the changes on a staggered basis, the Football League has introduced the change in one go.
Crucially, this harmonisation of the rules comes with the blessing of the Premier League - so we shouldn’t see any repeat of the stand-offs that arose (and are still ongoing) with QPR and Leicester.