At this rate, Paris Saint-Germain will even succeed in ruining their end to the season in Ligue 1. After two consecutive defeats at home at the Parc des Princes against Rennes (0-2) and OL (0-1) , the club of the capital is scared. A new season which will have been, whatever happens, trying, with the main highlight of Bayern Munich simply too strong in the knockout stages of the Champions League and yet another disillusionment on the European scene.

The revolution full of modesty supposed to be carried by Christophe Galtier and Luis Campos will not have borne fruit on the main objective of PSG. And in the midst of all this, President Nasser al-Khelaïfi is almost silent.

Over the years and disappointments, the word of the Qatari leader has become increasingly rare. But after this new shock felt from Bavaria, many were waiting for his words to finally signal the end of recess. After two weeks of silence, Nasser al-Khelaïfi finally chose the Spanish press and Marca to discuss the future of PSG, especially in the short term. And for those who were waiting for a possible kick in the anthill, we were more on cuddle therapy.

8 – Paris have lost 8 of their 18 matches in 2023 in all competitions, their highest loss tally after 18 meetings in a calendar year since 2001 (9). Derivative.

The boss of Paris Saint-Germain has notably expressed his desire to extend Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos. Two big names in world football, yes, but at 35 and 37 respectively and with their colossal salaries, it might be time to turn the page. “We are lucky to have some of the best players in the world, who wanted to play for PSG despite offers from other clubs. We are working for them to extend. We’re not going to make any mistakes. “A last sentence very difficult to hear for supporters who have already swallowed a lot of snakes for a decade…

What if the problem was simply his schedule? Nasser al-Khelaïfi is today a very busy man with multiple hats: Minister of State of Qatar, chairman of the board of directors of beIN Media Group, member of the board of directors of UEFA, president of the ECA, president of PSG handball or even leader of a world padel circuit… With all these functions, it is difficult not to be dispersed, especially for a position like that of president of a club which normally requires 100% investment.

Can we expect an ousting of Nasser al-Khelaïfi in the coming weeks? At the moment, Qatar’s top management is focused on the takeover of Manchester United: an official takeover offer from the Premier League club has been made. The emir is therefore in no mood to disembark his protege, who passes between the drops. It remains to be seen whether this position fixed so far will last if PSG continues to disappoint each spring…