PSG president Nassr Al-Khelaifi is being investigated for kidnap and torture allegations against a French-Algerian lobbyist.
French outlet L’Equipe are reported that the allegations relate to lobbyist Tayeb Benabderrahmane, who claims that he was “snatched” in Qatar in 2020.
He claims he was tortured during this period before being placed under house arrest.
The lobbyist says he was then allowed to leave in November after signing a document promising not to divulge “sensitive” documents linked to Al-Khelaïfi.
In a statement, Al-Khelaifi said: “You are talking about professional criminals.
“They’ve changed their lawyers more times than they’ve changed their stories and their lies.
“Justice will run its course – I don’t have time to talk about petty professional criminals.”
Al-Khelaifi was previously investigated over the World Cup bid over his relationship with former FIFA member Jerome Vackle – but he was acquitted.
These allegations are the latest blow for PSG, coming after rightback ace Achraf Hakimi was accused of rape earlier this week.