PSG Denies a Spanish Press’ Report Over QSI Selling the Club After the World Cup

On Monday, the Spanish television program El Chiringuito assures that Qatar Sports Investment (QSI) has decided to sell Paris Saint-Germain after the 2022 World Cup. 

Furthermore, it was stated on the television show that “the lifespan of this PSG is now six months.” However, the capital club commented on this news to RMC Sport, denying the report issued on the Spanish outlet. 

PSG stated that it “completely and categorically denies this false news. It’s no coincidence that it comes from cheap Spanish media.”

It didn’t take long for the French giants to extinguish the fire that this news would cause. Still, if they were to sell PSG, there would be a long list of buyers looking to get into football, considering the brand that the Ligue 1 side has become since the arrival of QSI.

Nonetheless, the report’s timing does come at an interesting time, considering it also comes as Real Madrid dreams of recruiting Kylian Mbappé this summer. 

Two and a half months from the end of his contract in Paris, the 23-year-old has still not announced his decision on the rest of his career. 

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