Paris Saint-Germain may not be playing at the ‘Parc des Princes’ for much longer.
That’s according to a story in Les Parisiens which claims that the club are open to finding a sponsor to take over naming rights of the stadium.
PSG, who have been at the ground since 1972, are reportedly looking for companies that could potentially put their name to the ground, in a bid to bring in an extra €10m per season in revenue.
Club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi confirmed to the paper that they were looking into the idea, stating: “This is a subject that we are thinking about: all clubs have a stadium sponsor today.”
Marseille currently play at the Orange Velodrome while Lyon renamed their stadium the Groupama Arena last year.