According to l’Equipe, a Tunisian businessman is claiming salaries that have never been paid for various consultancy activities. The club talks about media manipulation and disinformation
Fictitious and also underpaid employment. This is the field of an investigation opened in Paris against Nasser Al Khelaifi, president of the PSG. To call him into question, a former adviser, Hicham Bouajila, a Tunisian who has already ended up in the French sports news for having tried to act as an intermediary for a businessman from the United Arab Emirates interested in buying Marseille: an operation that never went through .
Bouajila, in the early 2000s, had facilitated the arrival of the Al Jazira Sports network (now BeInSports) in the Maghreb region, thus coming into contact with Al Khelaifi, top executive of the Qatari media group. Then becoming one of his most trusted advisors, especially after the purchase of the French club. According to the l’Equipe newspaper, the 47-year-old is now claiming salaries for various consultancy activities between 2015 and 2018, carried out for the benefit of the club and Al Khelaifi, and paid only in part and sporadically through a tennis company based in Doha, with which he had nothing to do. The PSG, like BeIn, let it be known that they have never used Tunisian, refusing to comment on facts related to “individuals used to using media manipulation and spreading disinformation”.
February 7, 2023 (change February 7, 2023 | 2:13 pm)
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