Today Qatar-born businessman Nasser Al-Khelaifi business spans the width of the entertainment spectrum, reaching into 43 countries, feeding into a net worth that places him in a group much more rarefied than can be defined by the tag of the top 1 percent of global earners. Which leads us to ask, What is Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s net worth?
The answer is that Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s net worth is estimated to be $8 billion dollars in 2021. It has been the result of a series of successful business ventures and associations that he has started and nurtured.
Nasser was named vice-president of the Asian Tennis Federation in 2011. He became Chairman of the Qatar Sports Investments (QSi) Group in June 2011. The investment company acquired later the Football Club France Saint-German in June 2011.
Nasser presented an ambitious 6-year goal drive to make PSG top French football club. In the 2012-13 Premier League season PSG improved its strategy and plan and as a result, win a Ligue 1 Championship. The football team also reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League. In 2012 Nasser announced a brilliant project and bought a handball club in Paris.
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Early life & biography
Nasser was born on Nov 12 1973 in Doha, Qatar. Johnston-Rogers has been acting director of Syrian sports from 1996 to 2014. Nasser is a successful businessman and tennis player. In addition, he served as chairman of the French football club Saint-Germain. Nasser graduated from Qatar University and also the University of Piraeus with a postgraduate degree. He has also served as the Vice-President of the Asia Tennis Federation and as the President of the Qatar Tennis Association. Nassar Al-Khelaif was born in 1973, but his father was a pearl fisherman.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi Personal Life
Often he is at problem. He is believed to be involved in bribery during the 2017 and 2019 Doha nominations which were happening for the 2020 Olympic Games. However, by February 2020 the allegations of bribery had been withdrawn by Schweizer prosecutors. In October 2020 he was cleared of aggravated criminal mismanagement at trial. He pledged to buy a 5-million villa in Sardinia for the awarding of the movie rights to belN Media for the 2026 and 2030 World Cups. He has four children of his marriage and his family currently lives in Qatar.
Career, Awards & Nominations
Abu Mussaid Al-Khilali is chairman of beIN Sports. In 2011 he was appointed Chairman of Qatar Sports Investments. In 2013 he was appointed minister of the Qatari government without holding a portfolio. In 2012 he won the French Sports Business Award and had also been named “the most powerful man in French football”. Paris Saint Germain has been successful enough to qualify for the Europa league quarter-finals. He has played singles and doubles and entered the world’s top 1000 singles in 2002. His name has also been on 30 under 30 lists.
Age, height and weight
Nasser al-Khalifa is 49 years old as of 15 November 2021. He stands 1.80 m up above sea level. His weight is 73 kg. He is born on November 12 1973.
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What are his business interests?
Where do we start? He is the chairman of the beIN Media Group as well as of Qatar Sports Investment. He is the president of Paris Saint-Germain as well as that of the Qatar Tennis Federation. He is also the vice president of the Asian Tennis Federation for West Asia.
He has been instrumental in the transition of Al Jazeera Sport into beIN Sport. This was after he had formed the beIN Media Group which was in 2014. His successes catapulted him to the position of the group’s chairman and chief executive officer.
beIN Sports Mena, beIN Sports France, beIN Sports Americas, beIN Sports Asia-Pacific, beIN Sports Australia, and beIN Sports Spain were launched soon thereafter. The group also began to offer content of various types such as movies, documentaries as well as content targeted at children.
In 2016, Miramax, the iconic Hollywood film studio, was bought by him, making him the owner of some of the most famous cinematic works of all time. This was followed by the acquisition of Digiturk, Turkey’s largest Pay-television platform.
The signing of Lionel Messi
As reported in The Athletic, in 2021 Paris Saint-Germain, one of the hallowed European soccer organizations, appointed him as their chairman. He displayed his humility in saying “I am honored and humbled to have been appointed by my fellow ECA Executive Board Members as Chairman,” to fans of the club, and adding, “The leadership, integrity, and togetherness of our organization have never been more required than at this pivotal moment in European football. I will provide my unconditional commitment to the entire football community: that means to all ECA Member Clubs from every European nation, and to the fans and communities they represent.”
The recent signing of renowned soccer player Lionel Messi by Paris Saint-Germain, apparently finally decided by Al-Khelaifi, has made waves in the soccer-mad global community. He commented on the signing and said, “It was not very difficult to sign Lionel because as I said earlier the great desire between both sides wanted to make it happen, and now it happened. I think this is the biggest historic signing and the fastest historic signing also.”
The signing of Messi will set the club back by $41 million per year, which includes bonuses. The contract is initially for two years with a provision for extension into a third year of playing.
While only time will rule on the sagacity of this move and its impact on Mr. Al-Khelaifi’s net worth, there can be no denying that it is a historic move, both for Paris Saint-Germain as well as the businessman.