Paris Saint-Germain should be active during the next transfer window, which starts in January 2023. Eager to strengthen in central defense, since last summer already, the club of the French capital would also target a French right-back. But the competition promises to be tough on the file.
Long focused on Interist Milan Skriniar, PSG would have their sights on another Serie A central defender: Kim Min-jae. The South Korean, who is participating in the World Cup in Qatar with his country, qualified for the round of 16, was recruited by Naples this summer, for 18.05 million euros. Author of successful performances (20 games, 2 goals), Kim Min-jae would now be in the sights of Paris, according to Calciomercato.
Also targeted by important and financially powerful clubs, such as Real Madrid or Manchester United, the defender, tracked by Rennes for a time, could leave for 45 million euros, the amount of his current release clause, reveals the media. Italian. PSG therefore knows what remains to be done to attract Kim Min-jae to the capital.
Pavard shunned by Deschamps, welcomed by PSG?
While Benjamin Pavard is having a complicated start to the World Cup (1 match played out of 3 possible), the 26-year-old right or central defender would have two prestigious leads for his future. Indeed, according to information from Mundo Deportivo, FC Barcelona would have entered the dance for the former Lille. But according to the revelations of TelefootPSG would also be interested in the Bayern Munich player.
Under contract with the German club until 2024, Benjamin Pavard will be able to leave the leader of the Bundesliga in the event of an interesting offer, this winter or in the summer of 2023, one year from the end of his lease. An extension is mentioned, but this would not be the preferred option, especially given the caliber of the clubs interested, which can easily make a satisfactory offer to Bayern, while Benjamin Pavard is valued at 35M euros by the site Transfermarkt.
PSG, in both cases, will have a lot to do to attract the players mentioned.