This week, President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi announced that Paris Saint-Germain was open to the arrival of a minority shareholder. According to specialist Vincent Chaudel, this sale could allow Qatar to invest in other clubs abroad.
Paris Saint-Germain could welcome new investors in the coming years. In an interview with Talksport this week, President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi opened the door to a possible minority shareholder for the capital club. ” We have different buyback offersrevealed the Qatari. It’s a bargain, a fantastic bargain. A buyout offer of four billion? Over four billion, of course. But we are not going to sell the club. »
PSG puts pressure on the mayor of Paris regarding the Parc de Princes
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” But why not a small percentage of the clubhe considered. We are thinking about different offers actually. What to wonder about the strategy of Qatar Sports Investments. Is the owner of Paris Saint-Germain preparing for his exit? In this case, the plan could lead to the takeover within another club. Asked by the Paris United site, specialist Vincent Chaudel dismissed the hypothesis of a departure from QSI. “ The investment in the center of Poissy seems to me the demonstration of the lasting commitment of Qatar “Replied the sports economist, who is still considering a significant change.
Qatar towards a timeshare?
” However, opening up your capital can make it possible to invest in other clubs in “MCO” mode, i.e. the multi-ownership of clubs like City, Red Bull and many others.he warned. As for the English championship, the entry ticket is very high and the competition very strong: Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea… without forgetting Newcastle bought by the Saudi fund PIF. The key to all these thoughts could well be partly linked to the Super League project or the new C1 formula.. In recent months, there has been talk of QSI’s interest in Sampdoria.