Paris Saint-Germain can afford to spend €100 million to replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he leaves, according to the club’s president.
PSG were hit with a fine and a reduction on their Champions League squad allowance as a result of a breach of Financial Fair Play regulations following their heavy spending over the past two seasons.
However, Nasser Al-Khelaifi is confident the French champions have the means to invest heavily and is confident they will replace Ibrahimovic with another global star when the Swede’s contract expires or he chooses to depart.
“I believe PSG will get another big striker in 2016 after Ibrahimovic. Financial Fair Play tends to freeze competition between clubs but that situation plays into our favour,” he told France Football.
“I believe we can afford a €100 million splash of cash to get stronger, even if that meant focusing on one single purchase in the transfer window, or a drastic reduction in some high salaries so we can buy other players.”
The Parisiens resume their season against Montpellier in the Coupe de France on January 5.
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