Qatari investors pursuing Man United are certain that PSG’s Qatari ownership WILL NOT affect their offer.
The Qatari investors are interested in Man United are confident that PSG’s Qatar ownership will not interfere with their bid – and are already planning for big-money squad reinforcements.
Qatari investment group planning to make an offer for Manchester United is sure that the country’s ownership of Paris Saint-Germain won’t cause any problems.
The news that many wealthy people from the oil-rich state plan to make an offer for the club before the deadline in mid-February was first reported by MailOnline on Tuesday night.
They believe that United should return to the top of world football, thus they want to provide manager Erik ten Hag with a sizable war chest to help him do so.
But, professionals working for those involved are currently looking into that issue.
They are independent of QSI, and the funds will take the form of individual funds as opposed to sovereign wealth funds.
There is faith that PSG’s ownership by Qatar won’t pose any problems.
Also, it may see that the group, who are certain that their offer would be the strongest, are already making preparations for what will take place if they are successful.
The idea is to make a large investment that will enable Ten Hag, under whom United is on the rebound, to bolster his team even more.