In 2011, the Qatar Investment Fund bought the majority ownership of PSG and then in 2012 became a 100% owner of the French club.
From that moment until today, PSG has grown into one of the most powerful clubs in the world, won trophies in the domestic championship and dreamed of the Champions League, in which it played in a final.
That’s why it’s particularly surprising how PSG are playing at the start of this season.
What has never happened before under the sheikhs has already happened. The subject is of course the terrible start to the season in domestic football, as currently recorded by Luis Enrique’s unconvincing side.
In the first five matches of the domestic championship, PSG earned just eight points, which is the lowest number of points in the first five weeks since the sheikhs’ arrival at the club.
So far it seems that the position of Luis Enrique is safe, but it is clear that the deepening of this crisis of results could also result in his departure.