Selling the Parc des Princes to Paris Saint-Germain "is clearly not our priority option", said the first deputy mayor of Paris, Emmanuel Grégoire, Thursday, November 24 at the microphone of Sud Radio, denouncing "a stroke of pressure " from PSG who indicated that he could play elsewhere.
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