Nasser Al-Khelaïfi who would act in the shadows for the purchase of Manchester United? This is what we have read on some British sites in recent hours. Rumors swept aside by the president of Paris Saint-Germain, on the sidelines of a meeting of the ECA, which he leads. The Qatari manager simply admitted to answering a few questions, as he would have done for any other club. "I didn't know who this guy was, but he asked me and I gave him my opinion. I don't work for anyone. I want the best for football," NAK said. Recall that his Qatari compatriot, Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad al Thani, is fighting with the British group Ineos to acquire Manchester United, put on the market by the Glazer family. "I am asked my opinion and then apparently I make a deal, it's a joke," jokes the 49-year-old leader.
Nothing to do with MU? No at all, PSG is my club, and it is in my heart, promises the president of QSI and Paris Saint-Germain. There is nothing else there. Here, as president of the ECA, I would like to have better competitions and stronger clubs. My French league, and anyone else who is part of the French league - if they asked me questions like that, I would tell them my opinion, do this do that in my opinion - I want the best for the French league, all European leagues and competitions. Clear, crisp and precise. Asked about the possibility of Qatari investors taking over European football in the future, Nasser Al-Khelaifi further replied: "I am in favour of all investors, not just Qataris, if it is in the rules." Speaking of rules, PSG have made respect for financial fair play one of their priorities for this summer, but that's another story.