L’Équipe report that PSG are currently working on a new training centre that is due to open next summer.
The centre is set to cost the club between €250m and €300m, according to Nicolas Remillon, the property director for PSG.
The training centre has been one of the priorities for the president Nasser al-Khelaïfi since Qatar Sports Investment’s purchase of the club in 2011.
Work started on the centre in 2020 and, once finished, it should be capable of housing 180 young players onsite in Poissy, as well as the PSG first team.
As revealed by L’Équipe in April, Neymar and others are set to arrive at the centre in June 2023.
This will mark the end of the first phase of the project, which was initially launched in 2016, but encountered significant delays.