It’s a sea serpent as old as PSG Qatar version. Except this time, there’s a little more reason to believe it. According to information Daily The Team, Paris Saint-Germain should respond to the call for tenders for the takeover of the Stade de France from the summer of 2025 (the concession ends on July 1 of that year). A major opponent for FIFA, also on the spot.
According to rumour, it is quite likely that Paris will position itself to buy the Stade de France, which has enough to seduce the club’s management with its 80,000 seats despite being located quite far from the west of the capital, historic bastion of PSG.
Transforming the Stade de France into a “real football stadium”
But since Paris Saint-Germain has been at odds with the City of Paris over the takeover of the Parc des Princes, the club is studying all the options available to it, including the purchase of land where a whole new stadium could be born.
Long rejected, especially by supporters, the Stade de France option nevertheless seems serious. And for proof: the company Legends, mandated by PSG to conduct a market study, would have inquired to see if it was possible to transform the enclosure into a “real football stadium”. Farewell to the athletics track?