PSG are committed to the Champions League despite the Ligue 1 push


Retrieved 29 April 2020, 00:22 IST

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PSG President Nasser Al-Khelafai

President Nasser al-Khelafai has promised to run their Champions League campaign in Paris Saint-Germain despite football being suspended in France until September.

The club is ready to play their ‘home’ matches in other countries, Al-Khelaifi said, waiting to learn who they will face in the quarter-finals of the competition with PSG.

The last 1 reached the last eight for Thomas Tuchel against Borussia Dortmund in 16; However, the coronavirus epidemic was spotted at a sports ground in France.

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced in a speech to the National Assembly on Tuesday that there would be no professional football before September, meaning the domestic season was coming to an end.

“We respect the decision of the French government,” al-Khilafah said.

“With the UEFA contract, we are planning to take part in the venues and dates of the Champions League final.

“If it is not possible to play in France, we will play our matches abroad and we will ensure the best health care for our players and all our staff.”

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PSG led the table with 12 points from second-placed Marseille when the football break was granted in March.