If the PSG plans to be quite calm this winter in the direction of arrivals, Luis Campos could nevertheless attend the departures of certain players. Like the last summer transfer window, several of Christophe Galtier’s proteges could be pushed out. Three players, who are no longer satisfied with their situation in the capital, would be threatened with a transfer in January.
This winter, the PSG plans to be fairly calm in the transfer window, as Christophe Galtier said on Friday: ” There may be a situation with a player who is not happy with his playing time and not very happy here, and if that happens, then we will discuss with each other. But I repeat: no arrival if there is no departure. “Three players would see their future just dotted.
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Sarabia transfer unlocked by João Félix
According to information from goala departure would not be ruled out for Pablo Sarabia. L’Atletico de Madrid would have a soft spot for the Spaniard. However, the Colchoneros will need money to complete the transaction. Joao Felix could be the key to this folder. The sale of the Portuguese would suit all parties, and could thus record the departure of Pablo Sarabia.
Navas and Rico on the start?
In addition to the 30-year-old, Keylor Navas would be affected by a departure. Already very close to flying off Napoli this summer, the Costa Rican would still not accept his situation at the PSG. Now it remains to be seen whether the 36-year-old goalkeeper will be coveted by another club. Under contract until June 2024, Keylor Navas could soon leave the capital, in the same way as Sergio Rico. Relegated to a role of 3rd goalkeeper behind Gianluigi Donnarumma and the old real Madridthe Spanish goalkeeper does not really have the chance to express his talent at the PSG. But his options are slim for his future. His far too high salary is a brake on his transfer. Several suitors, including Clermont, would have turned back. To be continued…