PSG president wants to invest in the Premier League with Manchester United and Liverpool for sale
Despite being the owner of one of the most powerful clubs on the planet, Nasser Al-Khelaifipresident of PSG and owner of Qatar Sports Investment Group wants to expand his horizons and is looking to acquire even a part of one of the teams considered the best league in the world.
According to Sky Sports, the owner of the Parisian club met with Daniel Levy, who owns the tottenham hottspur, and with whom he was looking for a minority part of the London team. Despite this, the Spurs denied the meeting.
CBS claims there were meetings last week and that although everything is in a more than primitive phase, said movement must be understood as Doha’s first step to join the best league in the world.
Al-Khelaifi’s plan is to build an empire similar to that of City Football Groupwho have expanded with clubs in England, Australia, the United States, Spain, Japan, Uruguay, Brazil, etc.
Manchester United and Liverpool, options
Just a few months ago Manchester United and Liverpool, Premier League clubs that have American owners, announced that they would put their clubs up for saleso it represents an opportunity for the sheikh of the Parisians.
‘Red Devils’ fans have called for a change of ownership because they are dissatisfied with the Glazers, to the point of continually making protests to remove them from power.
Despite this, according to CBS Sports, Al Khelaifi has not yet had a meeting with the current owners of the two Premier League giants.
PSG owner wants to put Qatar in the Premier League worldthe same one that two of its great competitors arrived at (Saudi Arabia with Newcastle and the United Arab Emirates with Manchester City).