Qatar sports funding holds exploratory talks with Tottenham on minority funding

Qatar sports investments are looking to put money into the best club in the League this year and met with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.

Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), the owners of Paris-Saint-Germain, are hoping to ease minority investment into a premier League membership in 2023

CBS Sports can only reveal. QSI chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi met Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy earlier this week in London for exploratory talks

The assets tell CBS that "feasible funding" of sports is being discussed and that Al-Khelaifi has come to act entirely in a QSI, not an EU

club association capacity. QSI remains fully dedicated to PSG and wants to add to its multi-club model so that it can compete with the city's soccer organization

Americans Chelsea, who are eager to eye a similar version. PSG already own a 23% stake in Portuguese club Braga but are looking at any other club

However, talks with Spurs are formative and it is unclear how they will progress. QSI is still evaluating a couple of golf teams to start off an ambitious year

Tottenham denies that there have been any discussions in the region about the club's equity, an anticipated response given how exploratory the talks are to date

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