After having managed an impressive first part of the season, Paris Saint-Germain now have the mission to resume on similar bases the day after the World Cup. Remaining on their first defeat in the league, the Parisians qualified for their entry into the Coupe de France this weekend. Recently, news that will reassure the supporters fell on the future of QSI vis-à-vis the club of the Capital.
Paris Saint-Germain suffered their first setback of the season, with a defeat conceded in the North of the country against RC Lens. Frank Haise and his team were able to win at home at Stade Bollaert-Delelis, with a match won with a score of 3 goals to 1. After recording their first defeat of the season, Christophe Galtier turned to the French Cup where he and his players faced the Berrichonne of Châteauroux on behalf of the 32nd finals. A successful entry into the competition, since Paris won with a score of 3-1. This Wednesday, January 11, PSG receives the Angers SCO for a clash between the first and the last, as part of the 18th day of Ligue 1, with the return of Lionel Messi who should play his first match since the World Cup final won against the Blues. With 44 dotsPSG is still the leader, 4 lengths ahead of the Sang et Or. Reassuring information for Parisian supporters recently fell concerning the future of the club and its Qatari owners.
QSI does not intend to let go of PSG
As revealed by the information recently published by Sky Sports, Qatar Sports Investments would like to invest in Tottenham in England. Contrary to what may have been said in his last days, Paris leaders have no intention of investing in Liverpool or Manchester Unitedas indicated by the journalist specializing in Parisian news Hadrian Grenier. If QSI gets involved in the Premier League, the investment will be minoritybecause they have no intention of letting go of Paris Saint-Germain.
If QSI invests in a Premier League club, it will only be a minority investment because there is no desire to let go of PSG.
Denied by @martynziegler reports from Bloomberg that QSI is looking to invest in Liverpool or Manchester United.
— Hadrian Grenier (@hadrien_grenier) January 10, 2023
Reassuring news for Parisian supporters who saw QSI make their club change in size when they arrived in 2011. As explained Ben Jacobs of CBS Sports on Twitter : “Nasser al-Khelaïfi met with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy earlier this week to hold an exploratory meeting.” On the model of City Football Groupowner of Manchester City, QSI would like to establish itself everywhere in Europe, then in the world. Business to follow for the Parisian management…
— Paris Saint Germain (@PSG_inside) January 9, 2023