PSG’s two priorities for the transfer window are known

PSG have identified two players as elements to recruit at all costs during the looming transfer window.

Paris has not yet found a new coach. But, the Ile-de-France club cannot wait any longer to start working on the contours of its workforce. This is why Luis Campos, the club’s football adviser, is increasing his appointments and is working behind the scenes at the moment to be able to welcome the hoped-for recruits.

Campos has more ideas

Milan Skriniar will disembark from Inter. The arrivals of Marco Asensio and Manuel Ugarte are also almost complete. But, this should not be the only reinforcements that the champions of France should register. It would also be a question of improving the attack with quality players.

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According to Le Parisien, the priority in all the files studied are the signatures of Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) and Victor Osimhen (Naples). Mentioned a few weeks ago already, these tracks would still be relevant. Regardless of the coach who will take charge of the team, we want to bring this duo. The Portuguese and the Nigerian have the advantage of knowing the French championship well.

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Campos would have insisted with his management on the need to enlist team players who would bring the energy that the group has lacked in recent months, especially in the European Cup. In his eyes, Bernardo Silva and Osimhen, whom he met personally in Monaco and Lille, fit this profile perfectly.

These transfers could not be completed without a financial effort. The management of the club would be ready to do what is necessary on this side. Campos will certainly not have an unlimited envelope, but the means from which he will benefit would apparently be more substantial than during the previous summer transfer window.

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