The refurbishment work will see the capacity of the famous venue in Paris increased slightly to 47,000.
The daily revealed that plans to give it a facelift for Euro 2016 will increase the number of VIP places to 4,500 and will also include new restaurant facilities.
Supposedly, French champions, and current Ligue 1 leaders, hope to eventually raise capacity – which currently stands at 45,000 – to 60,000 after the tournament.
As well as being home to PSG, the Parc des Princes has hosted many showpiece matches, including the 1984 European Championship final, and was home to the French national football and rugby teams before the Stade de France opened in 1998. The 24-nation Euro 2016 will run from June 10 to July 10, 2016.
The refurbishment of Parc des Princes stadium is an integral part of the club’s global strategy reach. It is more than a stadium. It’s about providing fans and partners with a unique football experience. So far, only PSG got that within french league clubs.