Al-Khelaifi, speaking at the official unveiling of French striker Kylian Mbappe, one of the players whose signing has sparked the probe, said PSG had respected all of Uefa's rules.
PSG now boast one of the most exciting front-lines in world football, and Mbappe was keen to post an image alongside his new teammate following a busy Tuesday for the France global.
"I'm starving for trophies and I want to win year after year, starting right now", Mbappe said.
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"For me it was the project that was going to allow me to develop, to learn while winning".
Understanding his former club's anger towards him, Mbappe added, "I know that some of you do not understand my choice and that a feeling of anger is born in you, I understand".
PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi said that Mbappe chose the French capital team, despite receiving offers from large European clubs, because Paris was his hometown, and PSG is in his heart.
Mbappe is expected to make his PSG debut on Friday, when Unai Emery's men go to Metz for a Ligue 1 fixture.
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The teenager's explosive pace, strength and goalscoring ability makes him one of the most exciting young players in Europe, and it was no surprise to see a host of clubs interested in his services this summer.
'Back in May, I was in the frame of mind that I would stay with Monaco. "I used to come to this stadium when I was a boy to watch games".
Al-Khelaifi said: "We respect all of Federation Internationale de Football Association and Uefa's rules".
"I think we were very clever", the Portuguese said.
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