PSG have denied rumors of Qatar withdrawal after the World Cup

Spanish TV show El Chiringuito assured on Monday that Qatar had decided to sell PSG after the 2022 World Cup – a rumor swept away by the Parisian club, who told RMC Sport they denounced “false information from a cheap medium”.

With a wave of your hand. PSG quickly swept away the latest rumor from Spain on Monday night. El Chiringuito announced through one of his columnists that Qatar has decided to sell the Paris club after the 2022 World Cup (from November 21 to December 18) organized on its soil. The TV show even went so far as to say that “this PSG’s lifespan is now six months”.

“Information” denied RMC Sport the capital club, which “completely and categorically denies this false report”. “It’s no coincidence that it comes from cheap Spanish media,” jokes the Ligue 1 leaders and even speaks of “fake”.

Real Madrid are dreaming of signing Mbappé

Used to sensational news and not always verified, El Chiringuito is a hybrid program between debates, news and entertainment, very popular on the other side of the Pyrenees. This trip to Qatar also comes as Real Madrid have dreams of signing Kylian Mbappé this summer. Two and a half months after the end of his contract in Paris, the blues forward has still not announced his decision for the rest of his career.

After buying PSG in 2011, Qatar invested heavily to make them one of the most important clubs in Europe. Big stars were recruited like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thiago Silva, Edinson Cavani, David Beckham, Neymar, Lionel Messi or Sergio Ramos. At national level, Paris has accumulated trophies over the past decade (seven league titles, six Coupe de France, six Coupe de la Ligue and eight Trophée des Champions).

On the other hand, the club from the capital has not yet succeeded in realizing its “big dream”, the Champions League title. Marquinhos’ team-mates played in the final in 2020 (0-1 defeat to Bayern Munich). While waiting for the Grail, PSG has developed its brand and aura internationally, thanks in particular to some prestigious partnerships, such as that with Jordan. Which makes up for some humiliating failures on the European stage, like Karim Benzema’s recent elimination against Real Madrid in the C1 round of 16.

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