PSG presidentNasser Al-Khelaifi 'has played a significant role in the Manchester United takeover'
Paris Saint-Germain presidentNasser Al-Khelaifi has reportedly been a significant contributor in the ongoing ownership takeover at Manchester United.
The PSG chief has apparently been advising Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani and hisNine Two Foundation behind the bid to take full control of the club.
Qatari-born Al-Khelaifi is a prominent figure in European and international football and his involvement in the long-winded process has seen him act as an intermediary between current United owners the Glazer family and hopeful buyer Sheikh Jassim, according to The Athletic.
It is suggested that the 49-year-old PSG head was initially asked for advice on what he feels is a sound valuation of the 13-time Premier League champions who boast huge global appeal.
Sheikh Jassim has subsequently made a fifth, and as Mail Sport exclusively revealed, final bid to secure complete ownership of the club that will additionally see him wipe away existing debt and hand Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag a boosted transfer kitty to spend on new players.