Nasser Al-Khelaifi, as the chairman of Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), has been heavily involved in the signings of players for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). Since QSI’s acquisition of PSG in 2011, Al-Khelaifi has invested significant amounts of money in the club, with the aim of turning it into one of the top football clubs in Europe.
Al-Khelaifi’s investment in PSG has allowed the club to sign some of the world’s top players, such as Messi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Angel Di Maria, Sergio Ramous, Achraf Hakimi and Marco Verratti, among others. These signings have helped to strengthen PSG’s squad and improve its competitiveness both domestically and in European competitions.
Its true Al-Khelaifi’s investment in PSG has had a significant impact on the club’s success, with PSG winning multiple domestic titles and reaching the final of the UEFA Champions League in 2020. but as he invested on player transfer and their salaries no other club ever spent but the outcomes are not good as expected, Al-Khelaifi wants UEFA champions League crown but the team failed to full fill his dream as their club kicked out in the round of sixteen by the hand of Bayern.
Al-Khelaifi invest all his power to bring the champions league title in his bosom by making Mbappe the highest salary athlete, while he also gives to Lionel Messi, Neymar and other players a handsome amount of salaries but around 11 years his club didn’t lift a single champions league trophy although winning many Ligue 1 titles and others, but the main his dream was not full filled, his eyes was on this year title but Bayern split waster on his dream by winning round of sixteen with masive win in both leg, the aggregate was (3-0) his club failed to score a single goal against Bayern.
Al-Khelaifi’s approach to player signings has been criticized by some, who argue that his investment has contributed to the inflation of transfer fees and player salaries in football. However, supporters of Al-Khelaifi argue that his investment has helped to raise the profile of French football and has led to increased competitiveness in European competitions.