In the middle of a depressed market, in which the clubs count until the last penny at the time of clocking on and off, the last movement of Paris Saint Germain has caused stupor: Javier Pastore will pay to 43 million to Palermo by the promising average Argentine end. It is the greater crossing of the history of French soccer and is necessary to add it to the other 44.7 million invested by the PSG in signings this summer (Gameiro, Menez, Matuidi, Sissoko, Bisevac, Sirigu and Douchez). Altogether, 87.7, more than nobody in Europe. The money puts its new owner, the catar investment fund Qatar Sports Investments (QSI). Arsne Wenger, technician of the Arsenal, already has been inspired by the English club that was acquired by a bottom of Abu Dhabi in 2008 to re-baptize to the PSG: " Francs&quot is the Manchester City;. Source of the news: : The Manchester French City.