April 14, 2024

Qatar ready to pull out of PSG?

Is PSG on the verge of a revolution? That’s what some people think, following the arrival of Arctos, an American investment fund, in PSG’s capital. Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) and Arctos Partners (Arctos) today announced a partnership and strategic investment agreement that will see Arctos acquire a minority stake in the capital of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), France’s most suc…

Is PSG on the verge of a revolution? That’s what some people think, following the arrival of Arctos, an American investment fund, in PSG’s capital. Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) and Arctos Partners (Arctos) today announced a partnership and strategic investment agreement that will see Arctos acquire a minority stake in the capital of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), France’s most successful club and one of the world’s leading multi-sports brands, the club recently announced in a press release.

Although the French champions did not provide any figures, QSI is believed to have sold a 12.5% stake in PSG. Arctos has an option to become a majority shareholder. That’s what’s being whispered very, very loudly, given the Qataris’ insistence on acquiring a club in England, said Romain Molina on his YouTube channel.

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi was obviously in a different mood when he welcomed the arrival of Arctos in the capital of the Parisian club. We are delighted to welcome Arctos into the Paris Saint-Germain family, as a partner and strategic investor, he said. From day one, they have believed passionately in our project, our plan and our vision for the club – and we are proud to count them in our family. This day e