The organisers of Sunday's soccer extravaganza at the Hong Kong Stadium have appointed a French attorney to begin legal proceedings against Paris Saint-Germain, who pulled out of the exhibition late last week. The organisers are seeking 'substantial compensation' from the French club, although they declined to confirm the figure. Attorney Yves Levy will represent the Hong Kong interests at the legal proceedings, which are expected to begin next week. Ken Ng, one of the organisers, said: 'We will start our legal action after the exhibition matches on Sunday. The matches are our top priority right now.'