In a decision that could potentially reshape the future of PSG, the club finds itself at a crossroads regarding whether it will continue to call the Parc des Princes home or embark on the construction of a new stadium.
Currently, the Parc des Princes is owned by the city council, and if they are unwilling to sell, PSG might be compelled to explore an alternative project in Montigny-le-Bretonneux.
According to reports from L'Équipe, this possibility is still under evaluation, with the potential new stadium located about a 20-minute drive from the iconic Parc des Princes. This remains one of the options on the table for the football club.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi, PSG's president, stated, "We have contributed a lot to the city of Paris. If the City Council is unwilling to sell, we will leave the Parc des Princes. We expect more respect towards us. I love France, and I am proud to be here; everything I did, I did with passion."
Despite the club's preference to stay at the iconic Parc des Princes, a resolution to this matter between PSG and the Paris City Council will only become clear with time. The club's future residence hinges on negotiations and decisions that will unfold in the coming months.