Ligue 1 clubs are anxious: facing uncertainty over TV rights, PSG is expected to play savior once again, according to Le Parisien.

PSG losing Mbappé is a catastrophe… for Ligue 1. The capital club’s change in strategy, with no plans for major moves in the transfer market, has French clubs trembling.

Some leaders in French football still hope to attract big names to shine in Ligue 1. The transfer window opens this Monday, June 10, but activity seems rather subdued. Why? The current economic situation is marked by growing uncertainty, mainly due to unresolved TV rights for the 2024-2029 period.

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The Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) has yet to find a broadcaster for its championship, which resumes on August 16. This deadlock creates a particularly tense situation for Ligue 1 clubs, which largely depend on TV rights revenue to ensure their financial stability.

As highlighted by Le Parisien, this issue is crucial for the future of the clubs, as the amount of TV rights directly affects their ability to invest and ensure their sustainability. The resolution of this matter is eagerly awaited by the entire French football community… and clubs hope that PSG will quickly become active.

Indeed, French football leaders hope that PSG’s transfer market chiefs will succeed in attracting big names to spotlight Ligue 1. This, in turn, could attract investors.

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