PSG to receive 30% of the LFP organised investment fund cash influx for Ligue 1 clubs

As reported by L’Équipe, to help remedy Ligue 1’s ongoing financial crisis, the LFP are continuing to search for an investment company to inject funds into the league in exchange for a longer-term share of TV rights money.

LFP chairman Vincent Labrune is looking for an influx of €1.5bn to aid the league and its clubs. As it stands, four investment firms are in the running ahead of the March 9th deadline and a meeting this afternoon in which Labrune will detail the distribution of the funds to the clubs.

PSG should receive a huge 30% of the total of the new income directed towards French clubs, while European regulars, Lyon, Marseille, Lille, Monaco, Nice and Rennes are expected to share 40% of the total. The rest of the league, meanwhile, will have to be satisfied with splitting the remaining 30% between 13 of them.

Expanding Ligue 1’s international TV rights coverage is also being discussed.

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