It would be significant. Proof of disengagement? Or financial glitches? For the moment it is difficult to answer but one thing becomes a little more certain this Monday, Qatar, through its Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), which arrived in 2011, could take up less space at Paris Saint-Germain. Even if the complete sale is now totally ruled out.
“People always talk about PSG, thinking that we only have money to spend. It’s not true. We put seventy million into the club. Today, it is worth more than 4 billion. As I said, we have different buyout offers. It’s a bargain, a fantastic bargain. A takeover offer of 4 billion? Over 4 billion, of course. But we are not going to sell the club. But why not a small percentage of the club. We’re thinking about different offers actually,” launched this Monday Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, at the microphone of TalkSport.
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If the president of PSG advances a sum raised to 4 billion to seize the club, Forbes estimated it rather around 3 billion. It doesn’t matter, a colossal sum, even for a small share bought by a potential shareholder. Precisely, our colleagues from L’Equipe mentioned this Saturday the possible arrival of an American investment fund. A share of 10% (300 million), to 15% (450 million) was advanced by the daily, without specifying the identity of the potential newcomer to the capital.
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