Qatar ready to let go of PSG?

According to information from Spain, PSG could be sold after the World Cup in Qatar.

QSI would have decided to hand over. This is the bomb dropped on Monday by the show El Chiringuito. According to journalist Edu Aguirre, Qatar intends to sell the PSG at the end of the World Cup organized in November on its soil. “The life of this PSG is now six months”launched the columnist.

This information comes a few weeks after the new disappointment experienced in the Champions League and while the capital club is working to convince Kylian Mbappe to prolong the adventure in Paris. And this while El Chiringuito, as was already the case last summer, never ceases to affirm that the tricolor world champion will engage with the real Madrid.

A “fake news”

Asked by RMC Sport, the capital club took the trouble to firmly deny these revelations. PSG “completely and categorically denies this fake news”said the vice-champions of France, taking the opportunity to slip a severe tackle to the show The Chiringuito. “It’s no coincidence that it comes from cheap Spanish media”added the club, even speaking of a “fake news”.

Arrived at the head of PSG in the summer of 2011, QSI has, in just over ten years, transformed the club of the capital. In particular thanks to a particularly ambitious recruitment. After attracting Thiago Silva, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Motta or Edinson Cavani in the early years, Paris has taken a new step in recent years by recruiting Kylian Mbappé and Neymar in 2017, making the Brazilian the most expensive player in history, then by signing Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos last summer.

If during the last decade, PSG has put French football at its feet, the Parisians being on the way to winning their eighth league title in ten years, the Rouge et Bleu have not been able to fulfill the priority objective displayed at the arrival of QSI: win the Champions League. In ten years, the capital club has most often stalled in the round of 16 or quarter-finals, having to settle for a final in 2020.

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