After buying PSG just over 10 years ago, Qatar is now open to selling a percentage of the club’s shares. As Nasser Al-Khelaïfi had indicated, the Qataris do not intend to withdraw from the capital club, but are open to the arrival of new investors. In this sense, Arctos Sports Partners would be among the interested groups.
” People always talk about PSG, thinking that we only have money to spend. It’s not true. As I said, we have different buyout offers. It’s a bargain, a fantastic bargain. A buyout offer of 4 billion? Over 4 billion, of course. But we are not going to sell the club. But why not a small percentage of the club. We are thinking about different offers actually. » At the microphone of Talksport last November, Nasser Al-Khelaifi had confirmed that QSI was open to the arrival of new investors at PSG.
Arctos Sports Partners among interested groups
Indeed, after having bought the club of the capital against 70M€ more than 10 years ago, the Qatar is now open to a sale of a percentage of the PSG, the value of which is estimated at €4 billion. While there does not appear to have been any further progress since then, Ben Jacobs has just given new information in this file. In fact, the journalist CBS Sports indicates that Arctos Sports Partners would be one of the groups interested in acquiring a minority stake in the PSGbetween 5 and 15%.
Exclusive: Arctos Sports Partners are one of several groups interested in acquiring a minority stake in PSG. All prospective suitors value the club significantly over €4bn, seeking anywhere between a 5-15% stake. Arctos declined to comment. pic.twitter.com/3i1WgPmsYo
— Ben Jacobs (@JacobsBen) May 10, 2023
“QSI remains fully invested in PSG”
Arctos Sports Partners already owns shares in Fenway Sports Groupowner of liverpool and also present in NBA or in NFL. According to Ben Jacobs, there would not yet be a favorite in this case, which should settle this summer. ” The arrival of a minority investor or a new partner is not considered an exit plan. QSI remains fully invested in PSG and wants to accelerate the club so they can compete with their Premier League rivals “, also indicated Ben Jacobs on Twitter.
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