The new contract signed by Marco Verratti with PSG includes an evolving compensation formula, indexed to his presence on the pitch.
This is a great novelty at PSG. In an article published this Wednesday evening, The Parisian returned to the last contract extension signed by Marco Verratti. We thus learn that the new lease initialed by the transalpine midfielder, who has returned until June 2026, includes a special clause: part of his salary would now be indexed to his number of matches played.
To put it simply: the more he plays, the more he wins. Conversely, the less he plays, the less he wins. This is a new policy put in place by the capital club’s football adviser, Luis Campos, whether for new signings or contract extensions.
Therefore, in addition to Marco Verratti, Marquinhos and Milan Skriniar, who should land free in Paris at the end of the season, could also benefit from this same treatment. For the regional daily, transfer window experts confided that this process was a “prowess” from the Portuguese leader.