PSG not worried about Financial Fair Play, insists Al-Khelaifi

The French champions see no reason for concern after a meeting with Uefa and are very pleased with Laurent Blanc's work as head coach
Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi says Financial Fair Play (FFP) will not hurt their ambition in becoming one of the best teams in the world as they are not violating any rules.

The French giants recently met with Uefa to discuss FFP and a sponsor deal with Qatar Tourism Authority and Al-Khelaifi has stressed there is no reason for concern for PSG.

"Everything went perfect during my meeting with Uefa back in November to discuss Financial Fair Play," Al-Khelaifi told L'Equipe.

"We responded to all their questions and things went well.

"Our contract with Qatar Tourism Authority is not some accounting trick. It’s the same contract we have with Emirates.

"There's no reason for Uefa to disagree. Everything is legal. Our lawyers are very competent."

Al-Khelaifi then went on to discuss the position of head coach Laurent Blanc and insisted that PSG are happy with the former France boss.

He added: "Blanc's renewal? He still has a contact until 2015, so there's plenty of time. He could stay on even if we don't win Ligue 1. We play some excellent football under him and that's more important to us than winning titles."

PSG currently hold a three-point lead over Monaco in the league table.