PSG owners are interested in acquiring Manchester United.
PSG owners Qatar Sports Investments is reportedly considering purchasing a minority stake into a Premier League club. However, they are not looking for a specific club at this time.
According to recent reports, the club in question is Tottenham Hotspur. Nonetheless, The Athletic reported on Monday, citing QSI sources, that PSG’s ownership group is interested in Manchester United.
However, the reporting does not specify whether the talks are for a minority stake or to become full majority owners. If QSI wants to buy Manchester United outright, it would have to cash out on PSG quickly.
Attempting to sell PSG while also acquiring The Red Devils appears unlikely, given QSI’s commitment to the French giants.
QSI has had preliminary internal discussions about Manchester United, as well as discussions with third-party advisors. Still, the report insists that PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has not met with Raine or the Glazer family, the owners of Manchester United.
But Qatar is keeping a close eye on the situation at Manchester United, which has been described as a “evolving situation” by The Athletic.