It is known that Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund will invest in English Premier League club Tottenham. The scale is about 1 billion pounds, or about 1.52 trillion won in Korean currency.

According to British media, France’s Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Kelaafi is ready to invest in a premier club for the first time. The target is called Tottenham. 메이저놀이터

In particular, it is known that Kalaifi has already had several conversations with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy about the acquisition of shares.

Kalaifi’s representatives confirmed that they had met with Tottenham Levy to discuss next steps as part of a change in investment policy after the World Cup in Qatar.

On the other hand, Levy’s side acknowledged that they met with Chairman Kalaipi, but for the time being, they put out their flippers, saying that they met simply as friends.

However, the British media, especially the Telegraph, predicted that the Qatari investment group had already made an offer to Levy.

According to reports, it is almost certain that he offered to buy a 25 per cent stake in Tottenham for Levy for close to £1 billion.

Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), led by the Qatar Investment Authority, which has nothing but money, has enough money to fully acquire Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester United on the market.

However, UEFA competition and ownership rules prevent an outright takeover. In the case of clubs competing with PSG in the Champions League, rules prevent them from acquiring up to 30%. Perhaps this is to prevent a lack of fair competition in the Champions League.

According to the regulations, the club cannot be acquired, but the Qatar Investment Authority is said to have plans to invest in several clubs by remaining as a co-owner rather than an acquisition for continued investment in the Premier League.

The reason why the Qatar Investment Agency is targeting Tottenham is because of Chairman Levy’s ‘sad’ management. Fans are strongly dissatisfied with President Levy’s policy. Recently, Tottenham fans are criticizing President Levy, saying, “You can’t compete with rivals who spend big money in the Premier League.”

If oil money takes over Tottenham, Son Heung-min’s future may change. This is because there is room for bold investment in Son Heung-min, who is transferring to other teams such as Real Madrid.

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