Mercato Mercato – PSG: After Di Maria and Paredes, another departure for Juventus?


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After Di Maria and Paredes, another departure for Juventus?

Posted on September 29, 2022 at 06:15 by Thomas Bourseau

Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes took charge of Juventus in the offseason. Presnel Kimpembe ultimately did not join them, but as for Juan Bernat, more essential to PSG, the soap opera will continue.

This summer, a great exodus took place on the side of the PSG. Indeed, upon his appointment as football adviser to the Paris HolyGerman in June, Luis Fields was keen to slim down the workforce, including Christopher Galtier would inherit a few weeks later.

Kimpembe could have joined Paredes and Di Maria at Juventus

In the departures department, Angel Sun maria notably left the PSG as a free agent, his contract having expired last June. Announced on the side of heart rate Barcelona or even Benfica Lisbon his former club, the one nicknamed El Fideo swapped the Parisian tunic of PSG for the bianconero of the Juventus. And he wasn’t the only player in the Paris HolyGerman to take the direction of Turin since Leandro Paredes was loaned there with an option to purchase which would amount to a total of €25 million. As revealed to you exclusively on September 27, Kimpembe could have joined them if he had wished because of the interest of the Old lady.

Juan Bernat courted by Juventus, but not a priority

However, lately there has been talk of a possible departure from John Bernat who is no longer an indisputable holder of the PSG since his injury and the rise of nuno Mendes at the left piston position. He is certainly not pushed towards the exit by the management of the PSG. However, Bernat would interest the Juventus. But not to the point of leading to a transfer according to Sports Mediaset. At instant T, the priority of the leaders of the juve would be called Alex Grimaldodefender of Benfica Lisbon.

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