According to Sportsmail, the Qatari investor group set to make a bid for Manchester United are confident there will be no problems with their country’s ownership of Paris Saint-Germain.
In order to return United to the summit of world football, where they believe the team belongs, they want to provide manager Erik ten Haag with a substantial war fund.
The group are aware that the Glazer family, the club’s current owners, are demanding £6bn for the club and that renovating or redeveloping Old Trafford could cost another £2bn.
One concern could be Qatar Sports Investment Group’s ownership of the French juggernaut.
But it is a subject under consideration.
However, experts working for those involved are currently investigating the matter. They are independent from QSI and the funds will take the form of individual funds, as opposed to sovereign wealth funds. There is a belief that PSG’s ownership will not cause Qatar any problems. In addition, it can be shown that the group, which is convinced that their proposal will be the strongest, is already preparing for what will happen if it is successful.