Paris St. Germain have avoided any form of punishment over their summer spending spree from French football’s governing body.

The Ligue de Football Professionnel investigated a whirlwind summer for the French giants, where they activated Neymar’s €222 million release clause to sign him from Barcelona.

They also secured Monaco star Kylian Mbappe on loan in a deal that will oblige them to buy him permanently for €180 million next year.

The LFP has confirmed it will not impose sanctions on the Parisian outfit following an investigation into their transfer activity, having come to the conclusion the club did not breach any financial restrictions.

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PSG owner Al-Khelaifi had said back in August: “Those thinking about FFP I tell them … go have a coffee and don’t worry about us, we are in good hands. Thank you”

He added: “We have been transparent with UEFA. They are welcome at our offices with pleasure. We have nothing to hide.”

Monaco and Metz have also avoided sanctions, but Lille face an unspecified transfer ban over their finances after they were investigated following Gerard Lopez becoming the majority shareholder last January.