Paris Saint-Germain is in open conflict with the city of Paris over the Parc des Princes file. A big name in the history of the club has positioned itself.
It’s an explosive soap opera that feels like a dead end. While the Qatari management of Paris Saint-Germain wishes to become the owner of the Parc des Princes to enlarge the setting of the 16th arrondissement of the capital, the town hall has categorically closed the negotiations. A point of no return may have been reached. And the next chapter could take shape far from the Park, if QSI chooses to build a new enclosure in the Parisian suburbs as Nasser Al-Khelaïfi suggested.
A big name from PSG is positioning itself
The hypothesis of seeing Paris Saint-Germain evolve in a stadium other than the Parc des Princes is a very sensitive issue. It is not popular with supporters, who are very attached to the Porte de Saint-Cloud arena. Nor is it with the former glories of the club, like Luis Fernandez, who did not hesitate to express his feelings in an interview with RMC on Tuesday.
“My story is linked to the Parc des Princes, explained the former French international. When you start with PSG, with Dahleb, Bianchi, all these famous players. Afterwards, you find yourself with the French team at the Parc des Princes for this Euro 84 that we win. There you go, the Parc des Princes is a story. I am a fervent defender of the Parc des Princes. I like the Parc des Princes. If I have any advice to give them? Quite simply, they sit down, they talk, they exchange. There is nothing better than communication. For me, Paris Saint-Germain is the Parc des Princes”. It is said.