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Al Khelaifi: “If the Mayor of Paris does not accept our offer, we will leave the Parc des Princes”

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Paris Saint-Germain has submitted a purchase proposal for the Parc des Princes, but is in constant dispute with the city administration. Indeed, in his interview with Equipe, Nasser Al Khelaifi argued that if the community does not accept the offer, the withdrawal is inevitable.

Paris Saint-Germain strongman Nasser Al Khelaifi spoke to French newspaper Equipe, including threatening to leave the Parc des Princes if the two sides fail to reach an agreement.

The Parisians have submitted a proposal to the French capital’s local authority to buy the stadium, however, the two sides have a financial difference.

Khelaifi, in particular, told the French newspaper: “I have a question. What is the value of the Parc des Princes without Paris? none. The mayor should be wondering what the team is bringing to the city of Paris. If they think we’re going to invest 500 million euros, we can just build another stadium.

I told the mayor that if they don’t take our offer, we’ll leave. We don’t threaten. We will shake hands, thank him and leave“.

An alternative plan, should the two sides fail to reach an agreement, is for Paris to play at the Stade de France.

Earlier, one of the partners of the Mayor of Paris, Emmanuel Grégoire, reported on this issue: “We have not categorically ruled out a sale, but only at the right price. Paris offers 40 million euros. For Paredes it is less. Really now; Do you think Parc des Princes is worth less than Paredes, which was acquired for €50m?“.

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The terrible statistics that are already sending Lyon to Ligue 2

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The bottom line is that Lyon’s competitive lull has no end as the French side are yet to suffer another defeat in Ligue 1 and are statistically closer to relegation than ever before.

He doesn’t want Lyon to recover like he suffered on Wednesday evening (June 12). 9. Defeat3-0 from Marseille, and Third in a row in the French championshipwith the consequence that she is a pursuer and relegation winks at her.

The two coaching changes since the start of the season and worst defense with 27 goals conceded They tell a lot of the truth about the Gon’s racing collapse. But there is one thing that is most worrying terrible statistics which no club has ever been able to surpass.

Specifically, according to Opta, none of the final 14 teams have been put together 7 or fewer points After completing the 14th “round” of Ligue 1, it did not escape relegation at the end of the season.

Your service trainer LyonsPierre Saz, shares the risk, as he revealed in his statements after the crash in Marseille yesterday (12/06), as the French team’s competitive future looks threatening.



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Where to watch the Betsson Greek Cup matches, United vs Chelsea, City and Liverpool

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The round of 16 phase of the Betsson Greek Cup continues with two games on Wednesday (December 6), with Atromitos facing AEK and OFI hosting Kifissia. Where can you watch the games, but also the games in the Premier League, Ligue 1, Italy and Villarreal – Maccabi Haifa.

The Betsson Greek Cup continues on Wednesday (June 12) with two more games in the round of 16. Atromitos face AEL away while OFI welcome Kifissia to Gendi Koule.

There are also key Premier League games scheduled for the day, with Liverpool and City taking on Sheffield United and Aston Villa respectively, while Manchester United host Chelsea at Old Trafford.

We remind you that UEFA has announced the postponement of the matches of the Israeli teams in Europe, so Villarreal’s match against Maccabi Haifa in the Panathinaikos group in the Europa League will take place on December 6th.

In the special section of Sportish you can see the entire television program of the day, all games are broadcast live by Matchcenter.

Wednesday’s television program

  • 15:30 Betsson Greek Cup: AEL – Atromitos / COSMOTE SPORT 2 HD
  • 17:30 Betsson Greek Cup: OFI – Kifissia / COSMOTE SPORT 1 HD
  • 9:30 p.m. Premier League: Crystal Palace – Bournemouth / Novasports Extra 2
  • 9:30 p.m. Premier League: Fulham-Nottingham / Novasports Extra 1
  • 9:30 p.m. Premier League: Brighton-Brentford / Novasports News
  • 9:30 p.m. Premier League: Sheffield-Liverpool / Novasports Prime
  • 22:00 Scottish Premiership: Hearts – Rangers / COSMOTE SPORT 3 HD
  • 22:00 Europa League: Villarreal – Maccabi Haifa / COSMOTE SPORT 2 HD
  • 22:00 Ligue 1: Marseille – Lyon / Novasports Extra 3
  • 22:00 Coppa Italia: Florence – Parma / Novasports 1HD
  • 22:15 Premier League: Aston Villa-Manchester City / Novasports 2HD
  • 22:15 Premier League: Manchester United-Chelsea / Novasports Premier League

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Gattuso to the fans: “Don’t make a fuss, let the game against Lyon be a celebration”

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Marseille awaits Lyon on Wednesday (12/06) for the game that never started due to the attack on Lionel’s coach, and Gennaro Gattuso sent a message to Olympique fans to view the game as a celebration.

The match between Marseille and Lyon at the Velodrome on 29 September was marred by an attack on the visiting coach and a serious injury to Fabio Grosso, prompting the French federation to cancel the match.

Now, two months later, the two teams are back at the… crime scene, and Fabio Grosso was missing from their rendezvous (sacked, paid for the marble for bottom-placed Lyon), but the fear actually remains. In that moment the decision was made, to hold the race with people.

“This game should be a celebration for our fans and I am sure it will be. They know how important this game is and they know not to make a fuss.”

But I don’t have to say anything special, I have a lot of trust in her.”emphasized Gennaro Gattuso, with the Marseille coach also referring to the proposal that has come to the table in recent days to impose a general ban on the movement of fans due to an outbreak of violence on the pitch.

“It would be a loss for football. But it is logical that there are decisions to be made when violent incidents occur. Stadiums cannot be places where lawlessness occurs.”

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