PSG: “Everyone wants it”, Al-Khelaïfi under the spell of Bellingham

Nasser Al-Khelaïfi can take advantage of it: in the front row to attend the World Cup in his country, Qatar, the president of PSG can observe from the padded seats of the Doha presidential stands the best players in the world reveal themselves or confirm themselves. So many potential recruits for his club, therefore.

Asked by Sky Sports, Al-Khelaïfi, who has chained interviews in the international media in recent days to praise the results of this Qatari World Cup and send messages to the town hall of Paris, retained a name in particular: that of Jude Bellingham , the fuoriclass midfielder of Borussia Dortmund, already so precious in the midfield of England at only 19 years old. “What a player. Honestly, England are lucky to have him… He’s one of the best players in the tournament. You see him for his first World Cup, calm, relaxed and confident”, praised “NAK”.

“If we want to talk to him, we first talk to the club”

From there to making it a potential target for a future Parisian transfer window? The native of Stourbridge, future opponent of the Blues and estimated between 130 and 200 million euros by the Football Observatory, already has many courtiers among the best teams in Europe, and his World Cup should not make things better. things. “Everyone wants it, we’re not going to lie to each other,” continued Al-Khelaïfi. But I respect the fact that he is at his club and, I respect the fact that if we want to talk to him, we talk to the club first. »

On the other hand, there is a player that “NAK” will not seek, it is Cristiano Ronaldo. The 37-year-old Portuguese, without a club since breaking his contract with United and who the latest rumors send to Saudi Arabia, is not a target for PSG. “With the three players we have up front, it’s very difficult, but I wish him the best. He’s fantastic and he’s still an amazing player. »

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