Paris Saint-Germain is working hard to shape a new dream team that allows them to win their first Champions League title in history. The plan started when they signed top-talented players as Neymar, who arrived from FC Barcelona in the most expensive transfer ever in soccer history, and Kylian Mbappé, who arrived from AS Monaco.
Neymar is nowadays the best paid player from the Parisian side, gaining the total of $40 million per season. Kylian Mbappé takes $20 million for him, being the second-best paid player from the squad. But now these two may have great company at the club and this could stop them from being the best paid players.
Head coach Mauricio Pochettino is working hard aside president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and sport adviser Leonardo to sign some international stars who will be free during the next transfer window. The first of them is Lionel Messi, set to leave FC Barcelona after more than 20 years at the club, who could be paid up to $50 million per year.
Another international figure that could arrive to PSG is Sergio Ramos, whose contract at Real Madrid expires as well and is thinking on a move. The French club is thinking on offering him $15 million yearly to convince him to move. In total, PSG could have up to $135 million in just four players, which may bring them problems with FIFA financial Fair Play.