Owner of PSG since 2011, Qatar also owns 22% of the shares of Sporting Braga. But as Nasser Al-Khelaïfi confided, QSI does not intend to stop there and wants to invest in a third European club in the future. A project that could materialize next year according to the latest information.
QSI don’t want to settle for Paris Saint Germain. After buying the club from the capital in 2011, the Qatar plans to expand even further into the world of football. To do this, the owners of the PSG could very soon invest in a third club.
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PSG wants to invest in a third club
Indeed, since last October, QSI also owns 22% of the shares of the Sporting Bragabut the Qatar don’t intend to stop there. ” He (Antero Henrique) is going to help Braga and we are going to another club as well “, had confided Nasser Al-Khelaïfi to The Team.
“Another European club will probably be added to the multi-club model next year”
After the PSG and Braga, QSI therefore wants to enter the capital of another club. A project that could see the light of day in 2023. According to Ben Jacobs“ after investing in Braga, sources say another European club will likely be added to the multi-club model next year “, declared the journalist of CBS Sports on Twitter.