While PSG would be a candidate for the takeover of the Stade de France, the capital club has not yet left the Parc des Princes. Despite the tense relations between Nasser Al-Khelaïfi and Anne Hidalgo, we want to continue the exchanges. Sports assistant to the city of Paris, Pierre Rabadan has also made a new point on the case of PSG.
To enlarge the Princes ParkTHE PSG wants to redeem it. Problem, it blocks with the Paris City Hall And Anne Hidalgo regarding the amount of the transaction. Therefore, the Qataris are considering other options, such as moving to Stade de France. THE PSG would thus be a candidate for the takeover of the enclosure based in Saint-Denis, but on the side of Pariswe don’t want to lose the PSG as made known Pierre Rabadan.
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“Obviously the city wants to keep PSG! »
Reported by The Teamthe sports assistant at the city of Paris spoke out on this sensitive issue a few hours after Anne Hildago. THE PSG received a new message: Obviously the city wants to keep PSG! We have solutions to offer, which are not the sale itself, but which allow a sporting and economic development of the club which is perhaps better than any other framework that they could find elsewhere. “.
“We, the door is open”
” I remind you that for two and a half years, we worked in confidentiality and that it was the club which, at one point, wanted to put the subject in the public square. As a result, we sent messages outside of public declarations, we also do it publicly. It is now up to PSG to position themselves. We, the door is open, we are partners of the club. (…) What the mayor said, I can only confirm it: we are in a framework that is given, we cannot do everything and anything, in any direction. But I think there will come a time when discussion will be indispensable and necessary. And for us, that time has come “, has followed Rabadan. To see what the next exchanges between the PSG and the Paris City Hall.