Dhorasoo criticises Paris Saint-Germain transfer policy

The former PSG player has spoken out against the club's lavish spending, particularly the huge amount they look set to spend on Zlatan Ibrahimovic
The former France international Vikash Dhorasoo has criticised Paris Saint-Germain's transfer activity, as the club appear set to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic from AC Milan.

In an interview with So Foot, Dhorasso did not hold back when conveying his feelings about the direction the club is taking. When asked about the transfers they were making, he was dismissive of the French club's moves.

"We died laughing. 30 or 40 million euros transfer fee for a player of 31 years, what!" Dhorasoo fired, in an apparent jibe at the ongoing efforts to sign Zlatan - in fact several months short of that birthday.

The Parisian side have been active in the current transfer window, backed by their Qatari owners, and have already completed the signings of Ibrahimovic's Milan team-mate Thiago Silva, and the Argentine forward Ezequiel Lavezzi from Napoli.

Ibrahimovic looks set to become their third high-profile acquisition of the month, as his agent Mino Raiola irons out the last few details of his contract with the French club.

Dhorasoo was openly critical of his former club, comparing the owner's spendthrift ways to someone with no knowledge of vintage wine.

"Yes, Qataris can buy what they want. Even human beings. The man may as well be named Zlatan, Kaka, Tevez, they do not care. They just want them to be expensive.

"They are like the guys who know nothing about good booze", he added.

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