Al-Khelaifi's sent a message to all the critics of Paris Saint-Germain

Al Khelaifi sent a message to all the critics 

By Liam Styles

Al Khelaifi sent a message to all the critics 
Al Khelaifi sent a message to all the critics 
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Paris Saint Germain is one of the most powerful teams in Europe and especially in the world. The French team has opted to always bring in the most expensive or outstanding players. Without a doubt, since the Qatari takeover in Paris, the team has established a hegemony in Ligue 1 and so far no team has been able to win the league in years

In light of this, fans are happy with the domestic success. However, this same success has not been present at the intercontinental level. So far, PSG has reached a UEFA Champions League final in 2020, which they ended up losing to Bayern Munich. Without a doubt, Kylian Mbappe is the most outstanding player in this team by far. Despite this, there are doubts about Kylian.

It should be noted that the player has not renewed his contract with the team and some national media report that the player does not plan to renew his contract. According to L'Equipe, Kylian Mbappe has reportedly decided to leave on a free transfer next summer. In view of this, there are many things that are being considered in Paris in the event of a subsequent departure of their biggest star.

With that said, the options of big names that could come to the team continue to be the subject of rumors and all kinds of comments. One of the big criticisms of the team is that despite having all the money in the world, the results are not the best. For this reason, many fans have demanded that they get down to earth and bring in a coach who can break these schemes. In the wake of these comments, Al Khelaifi has come out to give his opinion on the criticism.


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