FOOTBAL PSG threatens to no longer play at the Parc des Princes in the face of the sale price set by the Paris City Hall, deemed too high
PSG threatens to no longer play at the Parc des Princes in the face of the price set by the mayor of Paris for a possible takeover by the club. — Zakaria ABDELKAFI/AFP
PSG to Stade de France? The Parisian club threatens to no longer play in its historic stadium, the Parc des Princes. As reported by L'Equipe, Qatar Sports Investments has wanted for several seasons to buy the Parisian enclosure, property of the City of Paris. But the latter requires a judged price. exorbitant by the Parisian leaders. The idea was to increase the capacity of the from stadium to; 60,000 places, against 40,000 currently, to continue the development of PSG.
Facing; this situation, the PSG thinks about; other solutions, start with that of the Stade de France whose capacity is 80,000 people. Or find land to build a new enclosure, as at; Poissy where the club is building its new training centre. According to the daily, the asking price by the Council of Paris would be 350 million euros for the Parc des Princes.