PSG: two tracks to replace Mbappé

The future of Kylian Mbappé at Paris Saint-Germain is still uncertain, but the club of the capital would activate to try to compensate for the departure of the French, if he were to engage freely with Real Madrid, his only courtier .

According to the website Foot Mercato, Portuguese agent Jorge Mendes, smelling the right move, would like to place one of his players at PSG, to compensate for a possible departure of the best player in the Ile-de-France squad this season (44 games, 35 goals, 24 assists). The first name out of the hat of the famous agent would be that of Darwin Nuñez. The Uruguayan striker from Benfica Lisbon, who arrived in Portugal in 2020 from Almeria, for the modest sum of 24 million euros, is a hit this season (34 goals in 41 games). Enough to attract the greed of many clubs, prestigious (FC Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich, Atlético Madrid) or very rich (Newcastle United). PSG, however, have arguments to make in the case, and announce themselves as one of the favorites to sign the 22-year-old striker, whom Benfica hopes to sell for more than 100 million euros.

Jorge Mendes would also have slipped in Paris the name of his compatriot from Atlético Madrid, João Felix. Recruited in 2019 in order to make people forget Antoine Griezmann, then left for FC Barcelona (and since back with the Colchoneros), the 22-year-old striker is struggling to confirm the huge price of his transfer (127 million euros). euros). This season, João Felix has only scored 10 goals in 34 games (for 6 assists). Under contract until 2026, the former Benfica striker is evaluated by the site Transfermarkt at 70 million euros, but if there is a transfer, the transaction should be around 100 million, if not more.

A time mentioned, the Nigerian Victor Osimhen (23 years old) seems very far from PSG. The former LOSC player, tracked in England by Manchester United and Arsenal, would like to stay in Naples, his current club, with which Victor Osimhen is linked until 2025.

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