After having sold Mitchel Bakker to Leverkusen, PSG is negotiating the departure of another left side of the workforce, Layvin Kurzawa.
The PSG will continue its XXL recruitment with the official signing of Gianluigi Donnarumma, expected Wednesday in the French capital, after the arrivals of Sergio Ramos, Georginio Wijnaldum and Achraf Hakimi. If Leonardo, the sports director of the Parisian club, is now trying to conclude his transfer window with Paul pogba or an offensive player, he must also downsize a bloated workforce.
After the sale of Mitchell Bakker in Leverkusen, Tuesday, for 10 million euros (bonus included), it is Layvin Kurzawa, another left side at Mauricio Pochettino’s disposal, who is about to start. According to RMC, Tuesday noon, PSG is close to an agreement with Galatasaray for the transfer of the 28-year-old French international, who signed a new contract last year until 2024.
The radio said that Kurzawa has not yet given his agreement to leave PSG and fly to Turkey. The Istanbul club, however, wants to be decided quickly since the training led by Sofiane Feghouli and Radamel Falcao is preparing a preliminary round of the Champions League against PSV on July 21 and 27.
The former Monegasque has not managed to win since 2015, due to poor defensive performance, but he was a leader in the Parisian locker room, held a place of “player trained in France” in the list of registrants for the Champions League and would have made an interesting lining to Juan Bernat if PSG switches to 3-5-2 with the arrival of Ramos. Leonardo may have a new idea in mind …
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