PSG owner Al-Khelafi and QSI wants to buy Manchester United and Tottenham
PSG owners Al-Khelafi and QSI are now focusing on the Premier League. There seems to be a big project in the works.
Qatar Sports Investments is thinking about putting money into the English Premier League. Since 2011, it has owned all of the shares of Paris Saint-Germain and has a small stake in the Portuguese club Braga. This is so that Qatar Sports Investments can use its money in more than just Ligue 1 and Portugal and have a bigger effect.
In this case, the sports network Sky Sports says that Qatari investors from Paris SG will be interested in key English Premier League players. As a result, Nasser Al-Khelafi would have talked to Daniel Levy about getting a share in Tottenham. But according to the most recent information, the club president in Paris is interested in setting even higher goals on the other side of the English Channel.
Al-Khelafi might be able to buy Manchester United
Since the beginning of the month, Nasser Al-Khelafi has always been linked to English teams. To talk about a minority stake, the manager of Paris Saint-Germain would have gone to London to meet with his counterpart from Tottenham. The Athletic said on Tuesday that after taking control of PSG, the QSI authorities’ second goal would be to take control of Manchester United.
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Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the head of Qatar Sports Investments, has been given the job of investing in a Premier League team. He has talked to Tottenham, and Manchester United. Adam Crafton, a journalist, wants to know why, how, and what might happen next.
The Glazer family, who owns most of the Red Devils, is against a minority sale, and Nasser Al-Khelafi and QSI are not allowed to own two teams with the same size and international goals at the same time by UEFA. The Red Devils are owned by the Glazer family, which makes things tougher. So, people are still thinking about the issue right now.