PSG tries a transfer that will make OM talk


Hungry for sport, he grew up to the sound of Formula 1 engines and the exploits of Ronaldinho. Today, a graduate of a Master’s degree in sports journalism, he no longer misses an F1 Grand Prix or a PSG match, his two passions and specialties.

Between the uncertainty that reigns for the future of Sergio Ramos, the serious injury of Presnel Kimpembe or the jagged performance of Marquinhos, PSG wants to strengthen itself in the central hinge. And the lead to William Saliba would have been activated internally.

Next summer the PSG could well relaunch the site of its central hinge. And for good reason, although the arrival of Milan Skriniar is acquired, this sector of play is full of uncertainties. Starting with the future of Sergio Ramos who is far from assured since his contract ends next June, while Presnel Kimpembe, victim of a ruptured Achilles tendon, should not return before October. All without forgetting that Marquinhos is far from imperial. A situation that could push the PSG to activate for the transfer of William Saliba as explained jonathan johnson.

Saliba in the sights of PSG?

I know there is talk of a long-standing interest from PSG in William Saliba, and it makes sense that they are keeping tabs on him, but it seems very likely that his immediate future is at Arsenal. He really established himself in Mikel Arteta’s team and is starting to establish himself as a French international under Didier Deschamps with a view to Euro 2024, Saliba obviously has Parisian roots, he comes from Bondy, the same place as Kylian Mbappé, so it will please the champions of France “, assures the journalist in his column for CaughtOffsidebefore announcing that theOM could complicate this case.

“it will remain fresh in the memory of some PSG fans”

However, a complicating factor not to be underestimated with Saliba is his loan spell at Marseille – a very successful loan spell by the way, and I think it will remain fresh in the memory of some PSG fans. I think PSG, like many big teams, will keep an eye on Saliba and see if an opportunity arises, but given the amount of money it would take now to snatch him from an Arsenal side that could be on the verge of winning the Premier League title, seems unlikely to me at the moment », adds jonathan johnson.

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