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PSG, Al Khelaifi: "We are seeking in Paris the new Messi"

22.09.2012 07.59 by Marco Gori  read 2325
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Interviewed by Marca, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has declared: "The financial fair play's rules must be respected and also PSG will do it. But we are the only club of the French capital and we want to invest. There is nothing bad about it. We are in good terms with Pkatini, there will be no problems. We have invested an important amount to make PSG become a great club, but that's not all. There is also a very interesting project behind the corner. In Paris metropolitan area there are 20 million people, there will be a great talent out there, maybe the new Messi, and we hope to find him".

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