PSG: Qatar confirms its project!

PSG: Qatar confirms its project!
PSG: Qatar confirms its project!

Football – PSG

PSG: Qatar confirms its project!

Published on May 6, 2024 at 4:30 p.m.

With the departures of Lionel Messi and Neymar last summer, Paris Saint-Germain announced that they wanted to change course and put an end to bling-bling recruitment. A trend confirmed by President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, before this Tuesday’s shock in the Champions League, against Borussia Dortmund.

A page turns PSG. Known for being one of the biggest spending clubs in the world since the arrival of QSI, Paris has committed to a new project, based more on the collective and young talents. One way like any other to justify the possible departure of Kylian Mbappéless than a year after those of Lionel Messi and of Neymar ?

“We built something for the future”

In any case, this project bore fruit, with a new title of Champion of France and above all a semi-final of Champions League. “ We also built something for the future. I am very proud of it » explained Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, on the eve of the shock against Dortmund. “ Whatever the outcome. We must also highlight everything the team did to get there. It’s also thanks to that that the supporters are happy today. Everyone on their part did a very good job. “.

“This is the first semi-final that we are playing in front of our supporters”

This is perhaps the most important match since I have been here because it is the first semi-final that we have played in front of our supporters. ” has followed Al-Khelaïfiin comments reported by RMC Sport And The Team. “ We will play in blue and not in white, even if we won the last matches in white “. If indeed the PSG seems to no longer want to stack the stars, it must still be noted that during the last transfer window more than €400M (precisely €454M) were spent, which places it notably behind Chelsea (467M€).

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