The Italian said former QPR owner and Renault motor racing boss Flavio Briatore was "categorically" not associated with it.
"If you know what you're doing, you don't need to go and spend £10m on a player that then doesn't solve your problem," he said.
"In this division, the Championship, you need to have a player that they can fit in this type of league.
"I think we did a great job [at QPR].
"I took QPR in 2001-02 when they were in administration, more or less. I bought the club myself. We went from strength to strength."
Birmingham City, who are currently owned by Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung, have refused to comment on the takeover claims.
And Paladini added: "I cannot really say too much because everything is in the hand of the lawyer."
Asked about other members of the consortium, he said: "Even if I mention the name, you will [not] know them anyway because most of them are Italian anyway. They all live in Italy."