Al-Khelaifi confirms, part of PSG is for sale

48 hours after the announcement of an offer to buy 10% of the capital of PSG by an American investment fund, Nasser Al-Khelaifi confirms that a reflection is underway on this subject.

Obviously currently in Qatar, where he attends the Football World Cup, the president of Paris Saint-Germain was the guest this Monday of TalkSport, the English media being installed in Doha for the entire duration of the 2022 World Cup. he answered questions about the competition, and expressed his astonishment at how the host country was treated with contempt in the Western press, Nasser Al-Khelaifi also mentioned PSG. And he notably mentioned the position of Qatar, owner of the Ligue 1 club through Qatar Sports Investments (QSI). The opportunity for the boss of the champions of France to drop a short sentence which will obviously make noise. Indeed, the president of the capital club confirmed that a reflection was underway with the Emir of Qatar about the possible sale of a minority stake in PSG when this subject suddenly became a news.

PSG sold, it is no longer a taboo subject in Qatar

While we learned on Saturday that American investors were ready to invest 300 million euros or more to acquire 10 to 15% of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaifi confirmed that he was not deaf to this offer. ” People always talk about PSG believing that we only have money to spend. It’s not true. All was not perfect, it must be recognized. We bought the club for 70 million in 2011. And today it is worth more than 4 billion euros (…) We have received various buyout offers. It’s a bargain, a fantastic bargain. If we received a buyout offer of 4 billion? Over 4 billion, yes of course. But we are not going to sell PSG. But why not a small percentage of the club. We are thinking about different offers actually “Said the president of PSG in remarks relayed by CulturePSG.com. A statement that opens the door to many speculations, because even if he firmly rejects the total sale of Paris Saint-Germain, the arrival in the capital of an investor capable of spending so much money is not trivial.

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