It is no longer a secret, PSG is actively seeking to become the owner of its stadium. Once interested in buying the Parc des Princes, the Qatari investment fund QSI has always come up against the firmness of the Paris municipality in this matter. An assistant to Anne Hidalgo has also spoken out about this.
This is one of the most important projects of the PSG QSI version. More than ten years after buying the capital club (in 2011), the Qatari investment fund actively hopes to become the owner of its stadium. Thus, the Parisian president Nasser Al-Khelaïfi has long tried to put pressure on the municipality of Paris so that she gives him the Princes Park at a reasonable price. However, the two sides never managed to find common ground. In April 2023, the mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo nevertheless affirmed “opened the door” so that the PSG can own the Princes Park. On the other hand, Anne Hidalgo qualified as « ridicule » the offer transmitted by QSI for €38M for the purchase of the lair of the PSG…
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“I would oppose the sale of the Parc des Princes”
Guest of South Radio this Friday morning, the deputy mayor of Paris at the level of public space and mobility, has added a layer to this file, rejecting a possible sale of the Princes Park au PSG. “I do not want and we do not want the sale of the Parc des Princes to Qatar or in any case the sale of the Parc des Princes. […] As a Parisian elected official, I would oppose the sale of the Parc des Princes, whether to Qatar or to other private interests! »declared David Belliard.
“They have enough resources”
The latter continues: “Yes, it would pose a problem for me if Paris sold the Parc des Princes to Qatar. I will oppose any sale. It is up to PSG to carry out the work. They have enough means”. Case to follow for the PSG…