Mbappe set for PSG move

Serge Aurier could leave PSG shortly after Mbappe joins

However, much of the build-up was dominated by French media reports that PSG had signed Monaco's 18-year-old striker Mbappe in a 180 million euros ($215 million) deal.

The former Fiorentina and Manchester City player has joined for a reported £10m deal, as he looks to add more depth for the French side. To get around the Federation Internationale de Football Association financial fair play rules, both clubs have been working hard to find the right payment solution.

Uefa will not inspect PSG's account until the summer of 2018 at the earliest given that the FFP deadline for this year has already passed on 17 June.

"It is always the management that decides, and it was the same in all the clubs I worked at before".

In May 2014 the club had to accept a €60m fine, reduction of their Champions League squad from 25 players to 21, and other sanctions, after a Uefa investigation. Mbappe burst onto the scene in the second half of last season and scored 15 goals in 29 appearances in Monaco's run to the French title. In the 4-3-3 that Emery favours, Mbappe might effectively occupy the right side of the front trio, with Neymar on the left. Among the sanctions risked by PSG if they are found to have broken those rules is a ban from the Champions League.

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There have been serious controversies surrounding his future at Monaco with Barcelona reportedly wanting to sign him as a replacement for Neymar. He is an explosive world class attacker who can pick opponents off while the rest of his team sit deep to soak up the pressure.

"Obviously, it is very good news for the club".

"If the match took place today (Friday), he would be in it", coach Jardim told reporters.

Among the issues football's governing bodies sought to curb when they introduced Financial Fair Play (FFP) guidelines on acceptable ratios of clubs spending compared to income was what is often known in the game as "overbooking".

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