PSG: a second problem for the arrival of Tchouaméni!

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In search of a major reinforcement in the midfield, Paris Saint-Germain is studying several avenues including that leading to Aurélien Tchouaméni (AS Monaco), whose arrival promises to be complicated…

At 22, the midfielder is completing a very successful new season and he has taken on a new dimension in the France team in recent months. Therefore, the time seems to have come for the Habs to take an additional step by joining a top club. It remains to be seen which one.


As recently reported, apart from PSG, Liverpool and Real Madrid are also in the running and, at present, the Meringues would have the favors of the native of Rouen. The newspaper The Parisian reported this Saturday an additional handicap against the recent champion of France.

Too expensive for PSG

The media indeed affirms that the tariff fixed by the ASM for its nugget, that is to say 80 million euros, seriously cools the Parisian leaders who consider it much too high. From there, the club of the capital would give priority to other tracks. It remains to be seen which ones. Free in a few weeks, Paul Pogba (Manchester United) seems to be getting closer in recent days to a return to Juventus Turin but could change his mind if PSG passes the second. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio Rome) would also give his priority to the Old Lady but will however have to revise his plans in the event of the signing of Pogba in Piedmont. The other tracks followed by the Parisians, such as the Lensois Seko Fofana, seem less prestigious.

Finally, it should be remembered that due to the very uncertain future of the PSG sporting director, Leonardo, and the coach Mauricio Pochettino, the Ile-de-France club does not have a free hand at the moment to advance on its recruitment since everything will depend on the wishes of the team which will be in place in a few weeks. While other competitors have already started to advance their pawns, it would be good for the Parisians to decide quickly on this subject or risk seeing several opportunities pass under their noses…

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