Eager to enlist the services of Aurélien Tchouaméni, PSG finally decided to drop the case. Monaco asks too much.
A few weeks after their disappointment and their elimination against Real Madrid, in the round of 16 of the Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain seems to have once again lost a battle against the merengue club. While he coveted Aurélien Tchouaméni, the PSG would have decided to abandon the track. The price asked by AS Monaco would have ended up discouraging Parisian recruiters.
With the ambition to be once again active on the transfer market, the PSG recruitment unit is working hard on strengthening the workforce for next season. In midfield, Aurélien Tchouaméni was targeted very early on. The problem is that the Monegasque nugget caught the eye of several European heavyweights, and Monaco quickly realized it, not hesitating to ask a lot of money for their player. €80 million, according to The Parisianwho explains that this amount scared Paris.
Madrid loves the French
It will therefore not count on the PSG to participate in the auction. And it may be a boulevard offered to Real Madrid, since the Spanish institution also intends to attract Tchouaméni, just to further strengthen its tricolor contingent already composed of Karim Benzema, Ferland Mendy and Eduardo Camavinga. In the meantime, perhaps Kylian Mbappé. But this is another story.
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