Paris Saint-Germain's owners are investigating the possibility of buying an English team

Nasser Al-Khelaifi is the chairman of Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain have become one of Europe's elite teams in recent years.

That is mainly down to the investment from Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) in 2011.

Upon QSI's arrival, the club immediately spent millions in order to try and make the club successful.

And the money they have spent has had the desired effect.

PSG have won Ligue 1 for five of the last six seasons, and they are within touching distance of winning it against this campaign.

Although they are yet to win the Champions League, they are still considered one of the best in Europe.

The club have also been able to attract some of the world's biggest names, with the French giants currently owning the two most expensive players in the history of the sport, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

And, now it seems QSI want to replicate that success with an English team.

According to the Telegraph, PSG are investigating the possibility of buying an English club.

Nasser Al-Khelaifi and QSI may buy a Championship club

The company are exploring whether it makes sense to buy a club in England to expand its portfolio and challenge in another big league.

The purchase of a Championship club with potential and a significant fan base is understood to be the most likely scenario.

The Telegraph add that French reports have suggested Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest or Queens Park Rangers are possible targets.

Wolves are the latest club that have profited from foreign investment.

Nasser Al-Khelaifi has owned PSG since 2011

Chinese group Fosun International brought the west Midlands club in 2016 with the club in the Championship.

They were promoted to the Premier League last season, and are now challenging for a spot in Europe and were incredibly close to a FA Cup final berth.

QSI will want to have a similar impact if they are to take ownership of a Championship club.

There were also reports linking QSI with Roma.

However, Roma owner James Pallotta dismissed these reports on Twitter, writing of them: 'Siri, show me fake news'.

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