According to Anne Hidalgo, it is out of the question for the town hall of Paris to sell the Parc des Princes to PSG. But the city councilor opens the door to discussions.
New episode in the series of the sale of the Parc des Princes. The mayor of Paris continues to remain firm on its positions, despite the threat of the PSG management to build a new stadium outside Paris.
For Anne Hidalgo, it is inconceivable for the city to cede the enclosure of the Porte de Saint-Cloud. “I understand of course the economy of a club of this level in which the ownership of the stadium is part of the economic equation. I hear it but the Parc des Princes is not for sale”assured the mayor of Paris this Thursday in the program Télématin, on France 2. A position which will be held ” definitively “added the chosen one.
Anne Hidalgo does not seem too worried about the possibility claimed by PSG to build a new stadium far from Paris, which would be a blow for the town hall. ” You know, I don’t think there’s a lot of plan Bs,” confided the city councilor, not convinced by the possibility of seeing PSG invest the Stade de France.“I wish him good luck in selling the Stade de France, she added, speaking of Emmanuel Macron. This is an assumption often mentioned in the media but I think it is not a reasonable assumption. »
However, Anne Hidalgo is trying to keep in touch with the management of PSG. “Of course with my club, because PSG is my club, and its President (Nasser Al-Khelaïfi), we have to talk to each other”, she assures. “I think we have to get out of this situation. I like this club, I want PSG to be able to prosper. If there is work to be done, it must be done. I will accompany this work as best as I can because I care about this team and its performance. »