PSG wants to sell a couple of players to make room for Pogba

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PSG wants to sell a couple of players to make room for Pogba

Paris Saint-Germain is not calming down. Although they have already done probably the biggest job this summer by attracting aces like Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumna, Giorginio Wijnaldum, Danilo Pereira, and Achraf Hakimi to their squad in a transfer worth 60,000,000 euros, the Saints do not want to stop.

S ports director Leonardo also targeted Paul Pogba and Edoardo Camavinga. But it won't be that easy anymore. That is, so cheap. The reliable Canal Supporters states that the agreement between Pogba and the Parisians is on the horizon and that according to him, the Frenchman should become the third highest-paid football player of the capital's great, of course behind Neymar and Mbappe.

The team recently claimed that Paris Saint-Germain should have enough 50,000,000 euros for the midfielder who is in the last year of his contract. Canal claims that United will still target between 70,000,000 and 80,000,000.

L'Equipe states in today's edition that PSG would first have to calm down DNCG, the body that controls the financial stability of French clubs, before new expenses. And as PSG ended last season with a deficit of more than 250,000,000 euros due to the corona virus and failed TV contracts, it will not be an easy task.

180 000 000 euros for players

Namely, PSG have to sell players worth 180,000,000 euros. Therefore, some very famous names will be on the transfer list: Sergio Rico, Alphonse Areola, Rafinha, Layvin Kurzawa, Thilo Kehrer, Ander Herrera, and Pablo Sarabia.

Certainly, some young players, because the big question is whether PSG can get 180,000,000 for the mentioned. The question is whether all of them will want to go, because almost no one pays like PSG. Either way, Sarabia could go first, as he was quite solid at the Euros.

It is even mentioned that Mauro Icardi could be sacrificed and return to Italy, although PSG does not have an adequate replacement as a central striker, with the exception of Kylian Mbappe. And under the contract - as many as 40 players.

Too much for Saints, at least in terms of the coronavirus, and at the same time buying is Leonard's strong point. Not selling players. Probably in PSG they expect that these seasons could finally reach the goal: winning the Champions League, which has been eluding them for a couple of years.

For now, respectable names have come to PSG this summer, but at least two more players of similar caliber will be needed.