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Postal: The mayor refuses to sell the Parc des Princes stadium, Paris may choose another stadium as its home

January 15 According to the “Daily Mail” report, the mayor of Zain and Paris refused to sell the stadium
After that, the Paris Saint-Germain club may leave the Parc des Princes.

Since its establishment in 1970, Paris Saint-Germain has set up its home stadium at the Parc des Princes.
Over the past few years, they have invested 75 million euros in stadium facilities.
However, the mayor of Paris has refused to sell the stadium to the club, leading to the potential departure of Paris Saint-Germain.
Paris Saint-Germain are said to be willing to pay £440m for a stadium upgrade, but the mayor has vetoed the proposal.
In an interview, the mayor said: “We have a clear positioning. The Parc des Princes is not for sale and will not be sold. This positioning will not be shaken. For Parisians, this is an outstanding building

A spokesperson for Paris Saint-Germain said in an interview: “The Mayor of Paris’ positioning of the Parc des Princes is surprising and disappointing, which may cause Paris Saint-Germain, our fans, and our community to leave.
The Parc des Princes. It is worth noting that taxpayers have paid tens of millions of euros to maintain the structure of the stadium, which is now 50 years old and the building needs to be refurbished.”

It is reported that the mayor of Paris will still choose to upgrade the stadium with the Paris Saint-Germain club, but if the club cannot own the stadium, they will not be willing to upgrade the stadium.
The club added: “It is regrettable that the mayor chose to close the dialogue to sell the stadium suddenly. We have talked for a long time. The club is sad to choose another venue as our home. This is not the result that the club and the fans want.”
In their most recent match, Paris Saint-Germain beat Angers 2-0 at the Parc des Princes.