Nasser Ghanem Al Khelaifi restates his rejection of the European Super League

Nasser Ghanem Al-Khelaifi, head of the European Clubs Association and president of Paris Saint-Germain, said in an interview with “BBC Sports” that the potential of forming a European Super League no longer existed due to his previous rejection of the proposal.

Al-Khelaifi continued by saying that he was firm with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez when they discussed the Super League, stating: “With or without the Super League, we are talking about three clubs.” They are well aware that there is no chance.

“People are dying in Ukraine due to a lack of affordable housing, and we are fighting for the Super League?”

“The issue with Super League teams is their lack of stability. They lack a long-term financial perspective. They have not ceased discussing their legal deal with the Super League.” They overlook the fact that football is a social contract, not a legal one.

Al-Khelaifi said to Florentino Perez: “Florentino Perez wanted me to speak about it, and I told him that although I’m not opposed to it, I’m not interested if he’s going to do things behind my back.

“Small clubs cannot be excluded; the competitive system must be open and governed by a regulatory body that respects everyone,” PSG president stated.

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