Before the end of the calendar year, QSI intends to invest in a minority way in the capital of a major Premier League club. Manchester United would elude him due to the impending €9bn offensive by independent Qatari investors.
Nearly 12 years ago, Qatar invested in France and more particularly in PSG. Indeed, Qatar Sports Investments bought the Paris Saint Germain and has managed over the past decade to put the capital club back in the spotlight both in sporting and marketing terms. However, according to CBS Sportsthe time would be for expansion in the minds of senior QSI decision-makers.
QSI wants to develop in England
And the development in question would not pass an investment to become a minority shareholder of a major English club. Bridging discussions have already taken place between Nasser Al–Khelaifi And Daniel Levythe two presidents of PSG and Tottenham. There is also talk of a partial redemption of shares in the capital of liverpool and of Manchester United according CBS Sports.
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QSI lets Qatari investors prepare a €9bn package for Manchester United
HoweverThe Daily Mail has indicated in recent hours that investors independent of the QSI organization, would plan to draw a buyout offer for the family Glazer who hold Manchester United. always according to TheMail, QSI is reportedly planning to hand over to the investors in question who derive their agent from an individual, non-sovereign fund like Qatar Sports Investments. The amount of the takeover would amount to €6.7 billion and the reconstruction of Old Trafford would be worth €2.2 billion, ie a total amount of around €9 billion.