Paris Saint-Germain owners Qatar Sports Investments have launched an offer to buy Espanyol, the La Liga side put up for sale by its Chinese owners. Chen Yansheng, the chairman of Rastar Group who have owned Espanyol since 2016, confirmed that he received two offers so far. One of them is from a North American group, and the other is from the owners of PSG as they look to expand their empire. Espanyol could be owned by QSI if deal is finalised https://twitter.com/DeadlineDayLive/status/1547232708472053760?s20&t87CGezxX2uv_eJAM1X2sOQ Having taken over the capital club, PSG have won eight out of the last ten league titles. They have become the solitary giants in France, and have been criticised for their heavy financial backing. This has helped them buy one megastar after another in Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos. Now, they are looking to add satellite clubs to their group the same way that Manchester City has. The City Group has stakes in Troyes, New York City, Mumbai City, Melbourne City and Palermo to name a few. And if the deal between the two parties is finalised, they could add Espanyol to their empire alongside PSG. However, according to the Daily Mail, even if Espanyol are owned by QSI, they will not be allowed to participate in European competitions. This will prove to be a detriment to the ambitions of the club if they are to be turned into European regulars.