Paris Saint-Germain should experience a turbulent summer transfer window, both in terms of arrivals and departures. While waiting for the arrival of Christophe Galtier on the bench, Luis Campos is above all trying to get some agent into the club’s coffers.
As reported by the newspaper The Team a few days ago, the Parisian club will not necessarily splurge during the first part of the summer transfer window and above all intends to slim down its workforce. With a recruitment envelope of 80 million, Luis Campos is currently focusing on two or three files deemed to be priorities such as the arrival of a central defender. To inflate this sum dedicated to recruitment, the new sports adviser of PSG intends to sell several players in the coming weeks.
Who’s next after Areola?
As expected, the French champion has reached an agreement with West Ham for the permanent transfer of Alphonse Areola. The Parisian club will collect a check for 12 million euros for the 29-year-old French goalkeeper who has been on loan for three seasons. Campos now hopes that this transfer will be the first of a long series in order to constitute a much more substantial recruitment envelope. In today’s edition, The Team explains that the Portuguese is working his network to find exit doors for Julian Draxler, Leandro Paredes, Mauro Icardi, Idrissa Gueye, Thilo Kehrer, Abdou Diallo, Sergio Rico, Layvin Kurzawa or even Arnaud Kalimuendo. If everyone finds a buyer, PSG could recover at least 150 million euros.
A priority file to complete
Hearing, PSG have made a new proposal to Inter Milan in an attempt to secure the signing of centre-back Milan Skriniar. The last offer of 60 million euros was refused by the Italian club according to information from La Gazzetta dello Sport which recalls that the Nerazzurri want at least 10 million more.
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