Paris Saint Germain ultras have called for the resignation of club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi following their elimination from the Champions League.

The French moneybags were knocked out of the competition earlier in the week by Real Madrid despite having had a two-goal lead.

The disappointment came despite the club bringing in the likes of Lionel Messi, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and Sergio Ramos in the summer to boost their ranks and now the club ultras feel the change needed should be done at the top.

In a communication relayed by Goal, the Collectif Ultras Paris group noted: “The unacceptable and inevitable disappointment that we feared and foresaw has unfortunately come to pass. How can you have the mindset to move mountains when your season seems to begin in February and you play domestic competitions at a pedestrian pace?

“How can you have a genuine game plan when your squad is nothing but a bunch of “stars” who barely complement one another? How can a coach be the respected leader of the changing room when he is clearly not the true decision-maker?

“How can you rebuild a squad when eternal substitutes can happily see out their contracts with such comfortable salaries?”

The pressure appears to be building on Al-Khelaifi, just days after he reportedly threatened a Real Madrid employee and entered the referee’s changing room following PSG’s dramatic European exit.

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