PSG transfer news and rumours today: Les Parisiens keeping tabs on Aubameyang’s situation

THE KINGS takes a look at the biggest transfer news and rumours involving PSG

According to Media Foot, PSG are keeping tabs on Chelsea forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future at Chelsea.

With Pablo Sarabia close to leaving for Wolves, PSG need some reinforcement in attack and they find Aubameyang to be a cheap option, with the Gabonese striker himself out-of-favour at Chelsea.

BBC Sport has reported that Wolverhampton Wanderers have agreed on a fee for the signature of Spanish forward Pablo Sarabia.

The English outfit will shell-out £4.4m for Sarabia’s signature according to the report.

According to MARCA, Al-Nassr has contacted PSG over a possible transfer for their second goalkeeper Keylor Navas. The Costa Rica international has fallen down the pecking order after the arrival of Italian shot-stopper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

PSG travel to Riyadh for a friendly with the Saudi Arabian outfit and negotiations between the two parties could take place during the visit.

Paris Saint-Germain are keeping close tabs on Borussia Monchengladbach and France forward Marcus Thuram, according to Telefoot journalist Saber Desfarges.With the French international’s contract expiring in June, Thuram is currently a wanted man in the transfer market after his goal-scoring exploits for Borussia Monchengladbach in the first-half of the season. Lilian Thuram’s eldest son is the second-highest goalscorer in the Bundesliga with ten goals to his name.

🚨 Infos mercato de @SaberDesfa :- Pablo Sarabia : Pas encore d’accord final ce matin mais le PSG et Wolverhampton sont proches de conclure le deal (info Téléfoot révélée jeudi).- Marcus Thuram : Le PSG suit la situation du vice-champion du monde, libre en juin prochain. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/WXLTubrjoR

Paris Saint-Germain are interested in reuniting OGC Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram with his former boss, Christophe Galtier, according to Telefoot jounalist Saber Desfarges.

The Parisians considered bringing Thuram to the Parc des Princes during the summer, but the deal ultimately did not take place.

🚨 Infos mercato de @SaberDesfa (2/2) :- Le PSG apprécie aussi un autre Thuram, Khéphren (OGC Nice). Un profil que connaît très bien Christophe Galtier. Toutes les infos ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/CRD6YTNicc

Spanish publication Marca has reported that a second Saudi club has joined the race to sign 2022 World Cup winner Lionel Messi from PSG.

After the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo at Al-Nassr, other clubs in the league are looking to lure Messi to the Middle East.

Al-Hilal was the first club to submit an offer for the Argentine which was worth £245m and now Al-Ittihad is the second team competing for Messi’s signature. Al-Ittihad’s offer is worth £306m if the 35-year-old agrees to join the club.

Although Messi has a verbal agreement with PSG, Les Parisiens would try to ramp up their efforts to put pen to paper otherwise the Saudi clubs could lure Lionel Messi.

Paris Saint-Germain are in pole position to sign Milan Skriniar on a Bosman transfer in the summer if he does not extend his deal at San Siro.

That’s according to the print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, via FCInterNews, who report that the French heavyweights contract offer to the Slovakian remains on the table, and they are ready to pounce.

Paris Saint-Germain manager Christophe Galtier has confirmed Spain international Pablo Sarabia is on his way to Premier League side Wolves.

Wolves have reportedly reached an agreement with PSG to sign Sarabia for around €7 million including add-ons. The 30-year-old is set to travel in the UK over the weekend to finalise his move to the West Midlands outfit.

Christophe Galtier on Pablo Sarabia’s departure: “Things are well underway. Pablo is very good but he was not happy here, hence not productive. He has this opportunity to join the Premier League. There is no point in keeping unhappy players in the squad.” 🇪🇸🔚

According to Mundo Deportivo, Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal are ready to offer a record-breaking $350 million per year to sign Lionel Messi from PSG.

Al-Hilal are the biggest rivals of Al-Nassr, the team where Cristiano Ronaldo now plays. The idea is to pit the two legends once again and ignite a renewal of their rivalry by signing the Argentine immediately.

The Sun has reported that Lionel Messi’s father, Jorge, has been spotted in Saudi Arabia, amidst transfer rumours linking the Argentine forward to Al-Hilal.

The Saudi Arabian club are looking to sign the World Cup winner, after Al-Nassr announced the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.

As per La Repubblica (via SempreInter), PSG are willing to give Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar a contract of €12m a year, provided he leaves Inter for free.

Škriniar’s contract with Inter Milan expires at the end of the season, with no agreement to renew reached yet. PSG have been monitoring the Slovak defender all year and hope to sign him to replace veteran defender Sergio Ramos.

In an exclusive interview with the MLS, Inter Miami coach Phil Neville reiterated his club’s dream of signing PSG star Lionel Messi next season.

Many reports have suggested that Messi will most likely renew with PSG after winning the World Cup. However, Neville is still hopeful of signing the Argentine great and said such deals can take time.

PSG manager Christophe Galtier has stated that the board are holding discussions with Lionel Messi regarding his contract extension, adding that he sees the Argentinian very happy at Parc des Princes.

“There are talks ongoing, our board discussed with Messi about new contract — I don’t know more,” Galtier said.

“I see Leo very happy here in Paris, so then we will see his position about the club’s project.”

PSG head coach Galtier on Leo Messi new deal: “There are talks ongoing, our board discussed with Messi about new contract — I don’t know more” 🔴🔵🇦🇷 #PSG“I see Leo very happy here in Paris, so then we will see his position about the club’s project”. pic.twitter.com/Ffke7dbfRk

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Paris Saint-Germain are not considering signing Morocco and Angers midfielder Azzedine Ounahi.

The club believes that they already have a similar player in 16-year-old wonderkid Warren Zaïre-Emery for the future, a strategy in place by sporting director Luis Campos to trust their academy prospects.

Paris Saint-Germain will not go for Azzedine Ounahi. It’s not part of plans as PSG follow different kind of strategy under Luis Campos, trusting their own talents. 🔵🔴 #PSGPSG plan to trust Zaïre-Emery for the future in that position. pic.twitter.com/qM17emhKQ1

According to Fichajes, PSG are planning to sabotage Real Madrid’s bid of signing Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham next summer and lure the player to Paris.

Reportedly, Real Madrid have been clear favourites to sign Bellingham, with the England national rejecting the Premier league. However, the report states he has no inhibitions for the Ligue 1 and PSG are offering him whatever Madrid are for his signature.

According to El Nacional, PSG are now leading the race to sign out of favour Real Madrid left-back Ferland Mendy to bolster their fullback positions.

Mendy is reportedly no longer rated in Real Madrid who are willing to sell him for €50M, a fee PSG are more than willing to match.

However, the report states that Manchester City have still not given up on the French defender whom Pep Guardiola sees as the perfect partner for João Cancelo.

According to Calciomercatoweb, PSG are looking to sign Juventus veteran defender Danilo next summer, with compatriots Marquinhos and Neymar possibly helping to facilitate the move.

However, the report states that Juventus will not let go of the Brazilian defender for cheap considering how vital his experience and he are to their squad.

According to El Nacional, as a part of his contract renewal terms, PSG star Lionel Messi has asked the club to sign former teammate, Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba.

Reportedly, Barcelona are ready to let go of Alba after years of his service for the club, and rebuild their squad with younger players. The report states that Alba will be open to reuniting with Messi and joining PSG.

Sergio Ramos could make a return to Spain as he nears his contract expiration with Paris Saint-Germain, according to Fichajes.

The report claims that the former Real Madrid captain could return to the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium, where it all began for him.

Ramos is yet to renew with PSG and could return to his boyhood club as he is in good shape even at 36.

According to Calciomercatoweb, AC Milan have offered €10m for PSG midfielder Pablo Sarabia to improve their attack.

As per the report, PSG are considering accepting the offer, with Sarabia wanting to leave the Ligue 1 champions for more playing time elsewhere.

Paris Saint-Germain are willing to listen to offers for Neymar and ready to sell him in case of a right offer, according to reports in the Fichajes.

The French club have lowered their asking price to just €50 million, which could attract interest from Premier League clubs such as Newcastle, Chelsea, and Manchester City.

According to Spanish publication SPORT, Paris Saint-Germain will try to sign Ousmane Dembele during the summer transfer window.

But, the Parisians will have to stump up £100 million if they are to land the French superstar next summer. According to the report, debt-ridden Barcelona have placed the hefty price tag and Chelsea will have to pay the entire amount to facilitate a summer move.

Paris Saint-Germain have not yet made a decision on third-choice goalkeeper Sergio Rico’s future, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano via CaughtOffside.

AC Milan are interested in signing the Spanish goalkeeper and have opened talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a potential loan move.

PSG want to first deal with the Keylor Navas situation in order to find a new home for him before running the rule over Rico’s long-term future at the club.

According to The Mail, Paris Saint-Germain are keeping a close eye on Palace winger Michael Olise. The report adds that the Ligue 1 heavyweights have earmarked the player as one to watch for the future, underlining his recent impressive performances.

Olise, 21, joined Palace from Championship side Reading back in the summer of 2021 and has since clocked 49 appearances for the club, scoring five goals and registering 12 assists in the process.

Mexican club Club América want to sign PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas, according to a report from Fox Sports (h/t Paris Fans).

Christophe Galtier has relegated Keylor Navas to the bench given the presence of Gianluigi Donnarumma. However, the 36-year-old could still overtake the Italian goalkeeper in the pecking order given his unconvincing performances in recent months.

In the case that his situation at the Parc des Princes doesn’t change, Navas could be tempted to sign for Club América.

AC Milan have contacted PSG regarding a loan move for their goalkeeper Sergio Rico, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Rico has appeared in just one game this season and is the third-choice goalkeeper behind Gianluigi Donnarumma and Keylor Navas.

PSG will be waiting to figure out the future of Navas before making a decision on Rico.

Paris Saint-Germain have not made any decision yet on Sergio Rico’s future. AC Milan want the Spanish GK on loan, they had direct contact with PSG. 🇪🇸 #transfersPSG want to clarify Keylor Navas situation in order to find a solution for him before deciding on Sergio Rico. pic.twitter.com/4WcC111eXL

According to Media Foot (via Sportskeeda), PSG are vying for the signature of Borussia Monchengladbach’s young midfielder Manu Kone.

The French midfielder is extremely adored by PSG sporting director Luís Campos, who is aiming to bolster PSG’s midfield with youth.

Manu Kone could be an exceptional addition considering his strength and playing ability. Les Parisiens are already in touch with Kone’s entourage to discuss a possible transfer for the youngster in January itself.

According to Calciomercatoweb, PSG are looking to offer Marcus Rashford an offer worth €10m a year to lure him away from England

The Three Lions forward has found his goal-scoring once again donning the prestigious red jersey of United.

And with Rashford being given a crucial role in Ten Hag’s future plans, only a lucrative offer could lure the dazzling forward to France.

PSG are prepared to get into a bidding war with Arsenal in the club’s pursuit of Milan Skriniar, according to Calciomercato (via Sportskeeda).

The Slovakian defender has been on PSG’s radar for quite some time and now the club could receive massive competition from the Gunners.

The 27-year-old has delayed his contract extension talks with Inter, amidst interest from multiple clubs.

According to Fabrizio Romano, PSG are no longer in the race for Atletico Madrid forward João Félix who is likely to move in this transfer window.

Félix was reportedly PSG’s priority signing for the transfer window, however, Manchester United and Arsenal seem to be in a better position to sign him than them, with the club moving on.

New contacts will take place this week for João Félix deal. Premier League clubs will have new direct talks with his agent Jorge Mendes 🔴🇵🇹 #transfers Chelsea are focused on Enzo deal, Manchester United and Arsenal already had talks with Mendes. PSG, not in the race as of now. pic.twitter.com/x4CISwAC8m

Speaking to L’Equipe (via Fabrizio Romano) in a post-match interview, Marquinhos confirmed that he is in talks with PSG to extend his contract.

Marquinhos’ current contract expires in 2024, and reportedly he will extend for another two to three years if negotiations are successful with the club administration.

Marquinhos confirms negotiations for his new contract with PSG are now very advanced: “Yes, talks are progressing well”, told L’Équipe. 🔴🔵🇧🇷 #PSGLength of the contract, one of the final steps before it will be signed — 2026 or 2027. pic.twitter.com/TSNI41Pilc

According to El Nacional, France legend Zinedine Zidane is ever so close to becoming PSG manager next season with him most likely missing out on becoming the French national team’s coach.

France are expected to extend Didier Deschamps contract after he took them to 2nd place in Qatar, which has quashed Zidane’s hope of taking over.

According to El Nacional, PSG are unlikely to sign Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar, who prefers to join Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

Reportedly, the Slovak defender does not feel the Ligue 1 is competitive enough for the next step in his career and prefers moving to England.

According to reports from France, Carlos Soler has received massive interest from Atletico Madrid.

With Soler failing to make it into PSG’s eleven on a constant basis, the Spanish midfielder could be intrigued to depart for a club that offers him more playing time. And PSG is prepared to let go of their midfielder in January itself if Los Rojiblancos come knocking.

🔴 Carlos Soler s’est posé des questions quelques semaines après son arrivée, mais il souhaite réussir son challenge au PSG. Son profil plaît à l’Atlético de Madrid. 🇪🇸❓Pablo Sarabia pourrait quitter le PSG cet hiver. Là encore, il est apprécié par l’Atletico.(@LeMechenoua)

According to Calciomercato, PSG is still in the hunt to sign Adrien Rabiot from Juventus. The French midfielder’s contract in Turin comes to an end in the summer of 2023, and multiple European elites are circling around him.

With Rabiot’s future still in the air, PSG could try to reunite with their former employee in the summer window.

French publication Le 10 Sport has reported that PSG is weighing up a transfer of Victor Osimhen from Napoli.

The Italian giants have attached a €100m price tag along with Osimhen, although it won’t be a headache for PSG’s hierarchy.

The African forward has turned into a goal-scoring machine in Italy and could be a long-term successor to Mbappe’s legacy if the French forward decides to leave Paris.

As per Fichajes, PSG star Kylian Mbappé wants France teammate and Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembélé to be brought to Le Parc des Princes.

Dembélé is reportedly being monitored by PSG since the last transfer window, and they’re hoping to sign him next summer for €50m.

Talented striker Ilyes Housni has signed his first professional contract with the club, committing his future to his boyhood club.The teenage wonderkid joined Paris Saint-Germain three years ago, making swift progress since then.

The 17-year-old has been making waves in the UEFA Youth League, racking up eight goals and two assists in six appearances. He was recently the subject of interest from Barcelona, and Juventus over a Bosman move in the summer.

The France youth international was out of contract next summer and PSG have been locked in contract talks with Housni for many months but finally he’s signed a long-term contract until 2026 with the Paris giants.

Paris Saint-Germain talent Ilyes Housni has finally signed his first professional contract, done and completed. 🚨🔴🔵 #PSGHousni will now be under contract with PSG until June 2026. pic.twitter.com/YPUaBZhcy3

Speaking in a press conference ahead of Paris Saint-Germain’s Ligue 1 tricky encounter against RC Lens, Christophe Galtier has reavealed that the reigning Ligue 1 champions will not be busy in the January transfer window.

PSG are poised to be quieter this winter after a hectic summer window that saw the additions of Nuno Mendes, Hugo Ekitike, Renato Sanchez, Fabián Ruiz, Carlos Soler, Vitinha, and Nordi Mukiele following the arrival of Luis Campos as transfer advisor.

In the pre-match press conference transcribed by L’Equipe journalistLoïc Tanzi,

Galtier said: “ There won’t be any arrivals unless there are departures. There aren’t any players asking for a move. [A move for} a defender is not news currently.”

As per El Nacional, PSG are hoping to sign Villarreal and Spain centre-back Pau Torres to consolidate their defence for the coming few years.

If PSG were to sign Torres it would also facilitate veteran defender Sergio Ramos’ exit from the club, states the report.

PSG winger Pablo Sarabia is unhappy with his playing time and could leave the French capital in the upcoming winter transfer window, according to L’Equipe (h/t Get French Football News).

Sarabia has started just four games for PSG this season, making a total of 16 appearances. The Spaniard has expressed his unhappiness to the management and they are open to selling the player in January.

According to a report from MARCA, Al-Nassr are awaiting Cristiano Ronaldo’s response and are dreaming of signing Sergio Ramos as well.

Ramos’ contract with PSG expires at the end of the season. Although his performances for PSG have been decent, becoming a starter this season after dealing with injuries in 2021-22, he will turn 37 in March and it seems unlikely that he will be offered an extension.

Marco Verratti has signed an extension with Paris Saint-Germain, which will see him remain at the club until 2026. The Parisian club announced it in a video showcasing the Italian’s decade at the club.

🆕❤️💙 #Verratti2026 pic.twitter.com/fq7hAopVHn

In a shocking report from Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona are reportedly looking to sign Kylian Mbappe.

Mbappe wants to exit the Parc des Princes after the confirmation that Lionel Messi would sign a renewal with Les Parisiens.

Having mentioned more than once in the past that it was his dream to represent Real Madrid, the hate he has received from fans and pundits alike for renewing with PSG in the summer has changed his mind.

Wijnaldum joined Roma on a season-long loan from PSG earlier this summer after after enduring horror 12 months in the French capital.

However, the 32-year-old has struggled for game-time since picking up a long-term knee injury earlier in the season.

While the Dutch midfielder is back-fit for action, the Serie A outfit have already decided that they will not exercise their options to snap him up on permanent basis at the end of the current campaign.

In fact, according to Il Tempo, Roma sporting director Rui Pinto even approached PSG regarding the possibility of terminating Wijnaldum’s current loan deal prematurely.

Following very strong performances at the World Cup, Sofyan Amrabat has garnered interest from across Europe’s top five leagues. According to reports in the Moroccan media outlet Al Mountakhab, PSG is one of the clubs eyeing the Fiorentina midfielder.

Amrabat is under contract until 2024 and the Serie A side could be looking to make money on him with a sale when his value is at an all-time high.

According to Sportsmediaset via FCInterNews, PSG is looking to take advantage of Milan Skriniar’s contract situation at Inter by increasing their own offer for the center-back.

Les Parisiens wants to utilize the delay in Skriniar’s contract extension in Italy, and are looking to raise their offer for the defender.

The French outfit has identified Skriniar as the successor of Sergio Ramos in Paris and is prepared to ramp up their efforts for the signature of the Inter player.

The Italian giants are waiting for Skriniar’s response to their current offer and PSG wants to capitalize on this opportunity.

Joao Felix’s future at Atletico Madrid is well-and-truly up in the air, and with the January transfer market set to open next Sunday, there are lots of whispers about where the 23-year-old might end up.PSG have been mentioned as a possible destination for Felix since the capital club are looking to add another striker, and there is a Portuguese link with sports adviser Luis Campos.

However, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, PSG never opened concrete talks to sign Felix. The French giants are still not actively working on any January move, as the summer will be their primary focus.

Paris Saint-Germain have never opened concrete talks to sign João Félix from Atlético Madrid, they’re still not actively working on any January move as main focus will be the summer. 🔴🔵 #PSG Milan Skriniar remains top target for PSG in 2023. pic.twitter.com/DuTj6sRTVO

PSG are highly interested in signing Arsenal centre-back William Saliba and haven’t given up on their endeavour inspite the Frenchman’s likely contract renewal, according to Media Foot.

Saliba’s contract, according to The Athletic, expires in 2023 with an option to extend till 2024. The Gunners, though, will push to renew Saliba’s contract as he has been not only Arsenal’s best defender, but also the Premier League’s.

Paris Saint-Germain had not been hesitant to dip into the free agent market in recent summer transfer windows to bring in superstars like as Lionel Messi and Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Despite the change of guard at the helm, with football advisor Luis Campos now pulling the strings over transfer moves, they are likely to continue their free agent strategy. One of the targets reportedly on their radar is Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio, who sees his existing Madrid deal run out at the end of the season.

As per Spanish outlet Sport, Campos wants Asensio thanks to the 26-year-old’s versatility to operate on both flanks or as a false 9 if needed. However, the Spanish club aren’t prepared to let him leave in January, hoping to extend the winger’s contract.

Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Achraf Hakimi would continue to invest himself in the project at PSG, according to his agent. The Moroccan right-back has a contract that runs till 2026, and Hakimi wants to stay in France and is in talks with no other clubs about a possible transfer.

Hakimi’s agent Camano: “Achraf is so happy at Paris Saint-Germain and he’s under contract until June 2026”, tells https://t.co/oKWuJPfTG7 🔴🇲🇦 #PSGThere’s no negotiation or concrete talk with any club, Hakimi is fully focused on PSG. pic.twitter.com/VY1T8T8aHl

According to The Sun, PSG are looking to bring Brazilian midfielder Fred to Paris. The 29-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Manchester with the arrival of Casemiro and Erikssen in the midfield.

Les Parisiens are believed to be long-term admirers of Fred and want to bring him to France to pit alongside Verratti and Vitinha in the midfield.

And with Neymar and Marquinhos already present, PSG would be hoping to secure Fred’s signature with the Brazilian connection.

According to a report from El Nacional, Paris Saint-Germain want Inter centre-back Milan Škriniar to be Sergio Ramos’ successor.

Ramos will be 37 at the end of the season and it looks like Les Parisiens will not be extending the former Real Madrid defender’s contract.

Škriniar has been on PSG’s radar since a long time and have been pushing for his signing as he enters the final six months of his contract with Inter.

Transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano has revealed that PSG have received a massive transfer boost in their pursuit of Joao Felix.

The Portuguese starlet had a scintillating World Cup and was influential in Portugal’s march until a major setback against Morocco.

But now with Felix pushing for a move away from Spain, Diego Simeone has elaborated that no one is ‘untouchable’ and Felix could depart from Atletico.

Simeone on João Felix: “I hope we can give João some serenity, joy to show what he learned at the World Cup — he’s important”. 🚨🇵🇹 #Atleti“I only focus on Atléti to win. Our CEO words on João’s future? Whatever has to happen, will happen. Here no one is untouchable”. pic.twitter.com/qv8r98IJil

According to Mediafoot, PSG have inquired about Brazilian winger Gabriel Martinelli. The Brazilian has been an influential cog in Arteta’s forward battery guiding them to the pinnacle of the Premier League table.

And with PSG hunting for a forward, Martinelli could be an ideal signing for the French outfit.

The report also suggests that talks are already underway between the two parties, as Martinelli’s contract extension talks at the Emirates are currently delayed.

According to Sportsbible, Real Madrid have put forward a ridiculous offer worth €1b for the signature of Kylian Mbappe.

Although PSG’s President is confident that Mbappe is invested in the current project in France, the long-lasting tug-of war-between the two teams might take a different turn.

Los Blancos desperately need a striker and there is currently no one better than Mbappe in the business.

All the speculation surrounding Lionel Messi’s future has now been put to bed: the World Cup winner will stay at Paris Saint-Germain till 2024.

He was never in contact with Inter Miami or Barcelona, while being pushed by PSG to put pen to paper and extend his stay at the Parc des Princes.

Leo Messi never accepted Inter Miami proposal or negotiated with Barcelona. He was approached by both clubs but it was never advanced 🚨🇦🇷 #MessiParis Saint-Germain have been pushing for months will president, board, coach to extend his contract — he has now accepted. pic.twitter.com/g1Rh0i9jEW

As per Fichajes, PSG are now in the competition to sign Spain and Real Madrid winger Marcos Asensio, whose contract expires at the end of the season.

Asensio has shown better form this season, however, he is still second fiddle at Real Madrid and is therefore looking to move to new shores.

PSG sporting director Luís Campos rates him highly and wants to sign him as a rotation option in attack, states the report.

Vitor Roque, 17, is one of the hot prospects for the future of Brazilian football alongside Endrick. Real Madrid pipped PSG to land 16-year-old Endrick for £60m last week.

But according to a recent report from O Globo (h/t Paris Fans), PSG have now turned their attention to the signing of striker Roque from Athletico Paranaense, and have already made enquiries about his transfer availability.

PSG just hold a keen interest in the striking prodigy for now alongside Chelsea, Barcelona and of course Real Madrid. Nothing concrete or advanced, but he is a player Paris Saint-Germain sporting advisor Luis Campos is keeping a close eye on.

Reigning French champions, PSG, are pushing for the signature of Lionel Messi, according to Sport. Earlier it was reported that no decisions will be made until January.

But now the Parisians are prepared to force the issue and keep their Argentine starlet tied to Parc Des Princes.

The Argentine captain is fresh on the back of conquering the world with his national outfit and PSG want him to guide them to a Champions League title as well.

According to Fichajes, PSG is planning a swoop of Dusan Vlahovic from Juventus in exchange for a midfielder.

The French giants are prepared to exchange Renato Sanches for the services of Juve’s Serbian forward.

The young talismanic striker popped on the radar of multiple European elites after his jaw-dropping performances for Fiorentina, before earning himself a switch to Turin.

The Portuguese midfielder, who arrived in France this summer, could leave for Italy to open the door for Vlahovic’s transfer.

Paris Saint Germain’s President Nasser Al-Khelaifi has cleared the air around Mbappe’s exit from the Parisians, according to Fabrizio Romano. According to Al-Khelaifi, the French forward is satisfied with the current project in France.

PSG president Al Khelaifi on rumours about Kylian Mbappé leaving in 2023: “Kylian has just signed a new deal with PSG few months ago and he’s happy to be part of PSG project”, tells Gazzetta. 🔴🔵🇫🇷 #PSG“Remember that PSG didn’t lose one single game this season”. pic.twitter.com/IEnznuNF8O

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has said that no decision on Lionel Messi’s contract extension will take place before January. Both the parties involved are satisfied with each other and will agree on terms in January.

PSG president Al Khelaifi: “No decision will be made on Leo Messi’s contract before the new year. We are very happy and Leo’s very happy with us too”, tells Gazzetta. 🔴🔵🇦🇷 #PSG“We will find the best solution together with Messi, we’re so happy and this is fantastic”. pic.twitter.com/MWpuCYBw7s

Paris Saint-Germain is looking to offer Lionel Messi a contract extension in the coming weeks, according to transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano.

The Argentine forward will be participating in probably the biggest game in his career as his hunt for the grandest prize in football continues.

Despite the veteran’s links to MLS or a glittering return to Barcelona, PSG’s president wants to tie the 35-year-old to Paris beyond 2022/23.

Paris Saint-Germain will make their proposal to Lionel Messi in the next weeks. All the people into the club want Leo to stay and continue at least for one more year. 🔵🔴🇦🇷 #PSGMessi will decide in 2023, PSG will push after Inter Miami approaches (but nothing was agreed). pic.twitter.com/JSJe3G5Xlz

Joao Felix wants to play for Paris Saint-Germain after he leaves Atletico Madrid, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

“I don’t think Joao Felix will go to Arsenal because he wants to play for Paris Saint-Germain. Atletico Madrid do not want to get rid of it at all and are asking for 130-140 million euros. Paris Saint-Germain would be the obvious option if they leave Atletico,” Di Marzio stated in an interview with Dutch website Soccer News.

He continued, “After all, there aren’t many clubs that can afford [Felix] and PSG are interested in young players for the future, so they have enough to have a successor for [Kylian] Mbappe or Neymar if they have to leave or when [Lionel] Messi’s contract expires.”

Paris Saint-Germain are not interested in sign Atlético Madrid forward João Félix, according to a report from Le10Sport.

The report states that Félix does not meet the criteria and his profile does not correspond to what sporting director Luis Campos and manager Christophe Galtier are looking for.

However, a January departure for the 23-year-old looks increasingly likely, thanks to his performances in the World Cup.

PSG right-back Achraf Hakimi, one of the best in his position in the world, would be ready to take a pay cut if it meant he could return where it all began for him: Real Madrid.

This comes from a report by Relevo’s Rodra P, who states that Hakimi is still a Madridista from the inside out and still dreams of returning to his boyhood club.

PSG, however, might not want to sell the Moroccan, whose contract runs till 2026.

As per Spanish publication Mundo Deportivo, the reigning French champions are interested in Barcelona’s Spanish wonderkid Alejandro Balde.

The young left-back had a breakthrough season with the Catalan giants and was even called up to Luis Enrique’s World Cup squad in Qatar.

With contract extension talks currently postponed between Barcelona and Balde, PSG want to make the most of this little window to sign the starlet.

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly set to rival Barcelona in the race to sign N’Golo Kante in a Bosman move in 2023.The Blaugrana have been laying the groundwork over a potential move to Camp Nou if Kante were to leave Chelsea next summer, and have been established contact with his entourage for weeks to put themselves in a pole position.

However, according to SPORT, PSG have also now entered the fray as a possible suitor, and are ready to provide La Liga leaders with stiff competition in their pursuit of the Frenchman.

Even though club director, Luis Campos, would like to recruit younger player, Kante is viewed as a secondary stop-gap solution by the club.

Spanish defender Rafa Marin could be on the verge of leaving Real Madrid with PSG emerging as a potential suitor, according to SPORT.

The young defender has left an impact with his performances for Real Madrid Castilla. With Sergio Ramos reaching the twilight of his career, the Parisians would look to find a younger successor of Ramos.

Lionel Messi is inching closer to extend his contract with PSG, according to Sique Rodriguez.

The Argentine forward is currently on international duty as La Albiceleste prepare themselves for the semi-final against Croatia.

Despite multiple rumours suggesting that Messi might return to Barcelona or join David Beckham’s Inter Miami, the chances of either happening are currently slim.

Nasser Al-Khelaifi had previously exclaimed that Messi was happy in France indicating that the Argentine magician could extend his contract with the Parisians.

👀 Què passarà amb el futur de Leo Messi ⁉️🇫🇷 “A dia d’avui si heu d’apostar aposteu a que seguirà al PSG”🔜 “Es veu amb capacitat per continuar competint al màxim nivell”❌ “Amb el Barça no hi ha tracte, no hi ha negociació, no hi ha res”📹 @SiqueRodriguez al #QTJ! 👇 pic.twitter.com/65vTcyGHSW

According to El Nacional, PSG want to replace Lionel Messi with former Barcelona teammate and France winger Ousmane Dembélé next summer.

As per the report, Dembélé’s release-clause will be €50m next summer, which is a bargain for the level he is performing at currently, and PSG feel if they sign him, letting go of Messi won’t have much consequence.

As per Spanish publication Defensa Central, Paris Saint-Germain is eyeing Real Madrid’s Ferland Mendy next summer.

The French defender was influential in Madrid’s success in his first two seasons but has failed to make an impact this summer owing to an injury.

And with Los Blancos looking to cash in on Mendy’s transfer, PSG are looking to cash in on this opportunity. With Nuno Mendes sidelined for a long time, Mendy could be a perfect replacement at Parc Des Princes.

Transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano has exclaimed that Manchester United are not willing to sell PSG’s target Marcus Rashford.

Red Devils’ manager Erik Ten Hag has revealed that they are looking to extend the English forward’s contract by another year.

PSG were looking to sign Rashford for a free transfer at the end of his tenure in England but now they’ll have to turn their heads elsewhere in the hopes of signing a forward.

With Lionel Messi’s situation still under massive concerns, Nasser Al-Khelaifi had expressed his desire to sign Rashford.

Ten Hag on Rashford & PSG interest: “He has to make a decision, so we can only show him that Man Utd is the best club to be in”. 🚨🔴 #MUFCOn deal to be extended until 2024 by triggering the option: “He has one-and-a-half years and yes, Rashford will be here for all of that”. pic.twitter.com/JDzgBz2tqc

Following an injury to starting goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, which will keep him out of action for the season, Bayern are in the market for a goalkeeper. They are weighing up the option to bring back Alexander Nübel from Monaco but recent reports in Foot Mercato suggests that Keylor Navas could be the secondary option for the Bavarians.

Navas has fallen out of favor at PSG under Galtier but PSG might be reluctant on selling him ahead of the clash between the two sides in the UCL.

According to The Mirror, PSG are willing to pay Manchester United and England star Marcus Rashford £850,000 a week to lure him away from Old Trafford.

Rashford has shone for club and country this season, however, his contract expires at the end of the season, with a renewal looking unlikely as the days pass by.

PSG reportedly hope the huge offer keeps him from renewing with Manchester United and from signing for another club.

According to El Nacional, PSG are willing to pay a fee in excess of the €120m earlier asked by Borussia Dortmund for midfielder Jude Bellingham.

Bellingham is the priority target of many clubs in the upcoming year, having impressed for both club and country this season.

PSG are willing to go all out to beat current favourites Liverpool and Real Madrid for his signing. However, it has been reported that money most likely won’t be the primary factor for Bellingham to decide his next destination.

Speaking to L’Equipe, Morocco and Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat’s brother Nordin Amrabat stated he wants him to one day play for Ligue 1 champions PSG.

Amrabat has been Morocco’s standout performer at the World Cup as they made history to become the first African nation to qualify for the semi-final.

PSG have been interested in Inter’s, Milan Skriniar, for a while now and are currently facing competition from a Premier League side for the player. According to reports in CalcioMercatoWeb, Newcastle have a good chance of signing Skriniar.

The 27-year-old Slovakia international is yet to sign a new contract and the Magpies could look to lure him to England, but they will have to qualify for the Champions League next season.

Messi is enjoying fine form for both club and country this season, and has helped guide Argentina to the quarter-finals of the World Cup where he will lead his side out against the Netherlands later today.

With his PSG contract set to expire in the summer, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has been extensively linked with a shock move to David Beckham’s Inter Miami.

However, while speaking to Sky Sports, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has stated that Lionel Messi is ‘happy’ in Paris and is confident that the Argentine will stay at Parc des Princes beyond this season, with fresh contract talks scheduled until after World Cup.

PSG president Al Khelaifi on Leo Messi contract talks: “We’ve agreed together to discuss after the World Cup but both parties are very happy”, tells Sky 🚨🇦🇷 #PSG“He is very happy at PSG, you can see that with the national team — he has played fantastically this season for us”. pic.twitter.com/ND1jZYZApA

Speaking to Sky Sports, PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi expressed the club’s interest to make a move for Manchester United and England winger Marcus Rashford on a free transfer in case he doesn’t renew with United.

Rashford has rejuvenated under manager Erik Ten Hag, scoring 8 goals this campaign. His impressive performances have continued at the World Cup, where he so far has scored 3 goals for England.

The 25-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the season, and many clubs including PSG want to grab him if the opportunity presents itself. However, Manchester United have an option to automatically extend his contract for another season.

🗣️ “Maybe summer, why not?” PSG president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi has suggested his club will try to sign Marcus Rashford in the summer on a free transfer. pic.twitter.com/m1sqRBOZZQ

PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi has ruled his club out of the hunt to sign Ronaldo, according to THE KINGS. Ronaldo parted ways with Manchester United in a drastic turn of events and since then the Portuguese striker has been hunting for a destination.

But PSG aren’t currently interested in signing the veteran considering his high wages and poor form this season.

Nasser is currently happy with his current crop of players as PSG boast of one of the best forward batteries in football.

“The three players that we have [Lionel] Messi, Neymar and [Kylian] Mbappe, it’s very difficult, but I wish him all the best. He’s fantastic and he’s still an amazing player,” said PSG president Al-Khelaifi.

As per CaughtOffside, PSG are interested in Crystal Palace’s talismanic forward Wilfried Zaha. With Zaha’s contract ending at Selhurst Park, Les Parisiens wants to bring Zaha onboard in a free transfer.

Considering Lionel Messi’s future in France still under massive speculation, the 30-year-old could bring experience along with his goalscoring form to Parc Des Princes.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has revealed that PSG’s Italian midfielder Marco Verratti has agreed to extend his contract with the French club.

After much speculation shrouding his future, this news could bring peace to the Parisian fans with Verratti being an influential cog for in the middle of the park.

Reportedly, Verratti’s lawyers have given a go-ahead to their client to sign PSG’s proposed offer and a deal will be signed in the coming days.

Marco Verratti has accepted all details of Paris Saint-Germain new contract proposal, lawyers have approved it — new deal will be signed soon. 🚨🔴🔵 #PSG♾️ Verratti joined PSG from Italian 2d division side Pescara in 2012… and new agreement will be valid until June 2026. pic.twitter.com/RKX4w863fK

Paris Saint-Germain have opened talks with Jorge Mendes, João Félix’s agent, about a potential transfer in January, according to Relevo’s Matteo Moretto.

They are the only club to have opened talks with Mendes, even though Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Bayern Munich have shown interest in the player.

Atlético, though, will not sell the player for less than €140 million. Atlético CEO did say that they are open to receiving bids for the player.

PSG defender Sergio Ramos could make a surprise return to former club Sevilla, with the Ligue 1 side unlikely to renew his contract, reports El Nacional.

Ramos has been far more consistent this season for PSG, however, Les Parisiens will let his contract at the end of this season.

Speaking to Sky Sports (via Fichajes), PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi expressed the club’s interest in highly-sought after England and Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham.

Al-Khelaifi said Bellingham has been one of the standout performers in the Qatar World Cup and one cannot deny that they would like their club to have such a player in their ranks.

As per journalist Fabrizio Romano, Palmeiras and Brazilian starlet Endrick will no longer be pursued by PSG after the Ligue 1 side saw a bid of €58m rejected.

Endrick has caught the eye of many people with his performances, despite only being 16 years old. Multiple elite European clubs are looking to sign him, but as Romano, Real Madrid are in the lead.

EXCL: Paris Saint-Germain LEAVE the race for Endrick 🚨🇧🇷 #PSGFew days ago, PSG offered €58m to Palmeiras after discussing terms with Endrick.❗️ PSG also offered €35m for Estevão (2007).Total: €93m.Palmeiras president rejected — PSG withdrawn the bid and left the race. pic.twitter.com/7JDuHy7BRv

Paris Saint-Germain have joined the top clubs across Europe for the signing of highly-rated António Silva from Benfica, according to a report from Football365.

The 19-year-old has been solid for Benfica, helping them top their group in the UEFA Champions League which also included the likes of Juventus and PSG themselves.

Silva earned his maiden international call-up in November and is a part of Portugal’s 26-man squad for the ongoing World Cup. His contract expires in 2027 and has a €100 million release clause.

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to part ways with Carlos Soler in order to raise funds to buy a ‘top’ midfielder in the near future, according to a report from France Bleu Azur (via Daily Cannon).

The FFP regulations will prevent Les Parisiens from spending money in the range of €60-70 million, as a result of which they are ready to sell the Spanish midfielder, whom they signed this season.

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, PSG’s midfield magician Marco Verratti has agreed to sign a four year extension with the Parisians. With Verratti’s contract expiring soon there was much speculation if the Italian maestro would extend his tenure at Parc Des Princes. But all those questions have been answered with a formalized deal expected to be completed really soon

Marco Verratti will sign a new contract with PSG, as expected. He’s gonna stay for the next four years and he only wanted Paris Saint-Germain. 🔴🔵🇮🇹 #PSGNew deal expected to be completed very soon. pic.twitter.com/Vz92RibBBU

According to Gazzetta dello Sport (via le10sport), Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar’s agents will tell them within this week whether their client wants to renew with them.

Škriniar’s contract with Inter Milan expires at the end of the season, with many clubs, including PSG hoping to sign him for a bargain or for free.

However, Inter MIlan are adamant on renewing him and are reportedly willing to offer €6m a year for his extension.

According to El Nacional, PSG’s first order of business in 2023 is to renew Kylian Mbappe’s contract amidst rumours linking him to Real Madrid again.

Mbappe renewed with PSG this summer till 2025, however, he could reportedly be again looking to move as he feels the club haven’t fulfilled his promises.

PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi wants to renew their ace before they look to renew Lionel Messi or sign anyone else.

It is well documented that Kylian Mbappe would want to play a more free role at Paris Saint-Germain rather than the sole striker position.

And it’s safe to say, the France golden boy did everything he could to ensure that the No. 9 role was passed on to someone else this past summer, and pushed his club to sign an out-and-out striker.

The Pole fit the profile perfectly, and according to Le Parisien, as relayed by Paris Fans, Mbappe met the Pole in Cannes Film Festival in the last week of May in a bid to try and convince him to join the Ligue 1 champions.

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in the race to sign Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar. That’s according to Italian reporter Carlo Garganese (via Give Me Sport),who claims the French champions are leading the chase to land the Slovakian international.

When asked about whether Spurs are keeping tabs on the 27-year-old, he said: “They’re certainly looking at him. There are lots of teams looking at him.

“PSG are the team that are most interested in him.

“PSG tried to sign him in the summer. They were in negotiations with Inter for a long time.”

PSG are among hosts of clubs interested in the services of Atletico Madrid and Portugal attacker Joao Felix.

The Parisians have already made contact with Felix and his representative through sporting director, Luis Campos, to express their interest in bringing him to Parc des Princes in a blockbuster deal.

Now, acccording to Spanish outlet AS, Los Colchoneros are ready to part ways with the wantaway forward, but have set the asking price at €100 million with the winter transfer window fast approaching, so any potential suitor interested in Felix will likely have to break the bank.

Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly offer Lionel Messi a new two-and-a-half-year contract following World Cup 2022. Messi’s current deal expires at the end of the year and he is set to become a free agent at the end of this season but the Parisians are adamant in keeping the Argentine.

According to reports by Goal, PSG will make the 35-year-old a formal proposal when he returns from the World Cup. Should Messi accept the offer, he’ll remain at the Parc des Princes until his 37th birthday.

Read the full story at here!

According to a report from Calciomercato, Roma want to sign Georginia Wijnaldum permanently.

The player is on loan from PSG and has an €8 million option to buy in the deal, although Roma want to discuss a smaller fee considering he’s 32 and recently suffered a long-term injury.

Ghanaian sensation Mohammed Kudus has seen his stocks rise significantly this season, more so after his performances as the ongoing World Cup.

According to Fichajes, Paris Saint-Germain have been monitoring Mohammed Kudus for several weeks, with sporting director Luis Campos an admirer of the player.

However, the French capital outfit will face competition from Chelsea, Liverpool, and Real Madrid.

Lionel Messi is expected to stay in European football until at least 2024, despite reports that he’s close to agreeing a mega-money deal with David Beckham’s MLS side Inter Miami.

Messi: Expected to stay in European football until at least 2024, maybe 2025. Remaining at #PSG first option. They want talks over new deal after World Cup. #MLS a future option but not assured to be #InterMiami at this stage either. Full story on @SkySportsNews #Argentina pic.twitter.com/IZejbRR1JF

PSG are reportedly ready to improve their previous offer for teenage star Endrick after Palmeiras rejected an earlier bid worth €45 million. That’s according to a report from ESPN, which claims the French heavyweights are leading the race to sign the 16-year-old whizkid.

His current contract with Palmeiras is set to expire in the summer of 2025, with the Brazilian outfit looking for a fee of around €60 million for their prized asset. And, as per the report, the Paris giants are ready to return with an improved offer for Endrick, with Neymar also trying to convince the teenager to move to the French capital.

PSG President Nasser Al Khelaifi has denied reports that Kylian Mbappe wants to quit the club, stating that the club is very happy with the forward.

Mbappe stunned the football world when it was claimed that he is unhappy in Paris and plans to leave the club as soon as January.

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Argentine captain Lionel Messi is yet to decide about his future. The star forward is currently focused on the World Cup in Qatar and wants to get his hands on football’s biggest prize currently.

After several rumors had circled linking Messi to Inter Miami, Romano has explained that although the American club is pushing to sign Messi, he hasn’t taken a decision yet and will only make it in 2023.

Reportedly the Parisians are also aiming to offer Lionel Messi a contract extension while an iconic farewell with previous employees, Barcelona is also on the cards.

Leo Messi has not decided his future yet. His camp guarantees that Leo is only focused on the World Cup and there’s no agreement with any club. 🚨🇦🇷 #MessiInter Miami want Messi and will push; but also PSG will offer Leo a new deal soon.Messi’s decision will be made in 2023. pic.twitter.com/rXQ6bvZvLS

According to a shocking report from The Times, Lionel Messi is set to agree terms with MLS side Inter Miami and will join them next season.

Messi’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the current season, but now it looks like he will play for David Beckham’s side instead of opting to stay in Europe with PSG.

Read more about this story by THE KINGS.

Fabrizio Romano in his latest Daily Briefing for CaughtOffside has revealed that Kylian Mbappe will stay at PSG despite a few rumors suggesting otherwise.

Previously it was reported that the French forward was not satisfied with his stature at the club despite receiving a bumper contract at the start of the summer.

But now it’s confirmed that Kylian Mbappe will stay at PSG until the end of the summer and won’t switch ships in January.

As per Spanish publication Fichajes, PSG is in the hunt to sign Turkish prodigy Arda Guler. The young Fenerbahce forward has earned praise from all around the world with his jaw-dropping performances.

The 17-year-old also earned his maiden national team call-up this year and is currently on the radar of the Parisians.

According to Fichajes, PSG target, Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar’s contract renewal negotiations aren’t going anywhere and the Milanese club are worried they could lose the player.

Škriniar’s contract expires at the end of the season, with many clubs hoping to sign him for free if he doesn’t renew. PSG will reportedly face competition from Manchester City and Real Madrid for the Slovakian defender.

MLS Commissioner, Don Garber, has confirmed that there has been significant interest in signing Lionel Messi amongst MLS teams, citing it as a boost for the league’s overall value.

“There has been interest in Messi. We’re big believers in the formality of the rules so he’s under contract and Lionel will decide what he’s going to do. He would be great in our league and having somebody of his stature giving us a global platform to talk about MLS, not just in the eco-system of our country, but shot around the world. I wouldn’t be surprised if we heard more rumours about Messi in particular,” he told Sky Sports news.

According to TEAMtalk, PSG sporting director Luis Campos is hellbent on signing out-of-favour Atletico Madrid forward João Félix.

Félix hasn’t met the expectations Atletico Madrid had of him when he was signed for €126 million in 2019. The club is now looking to cash-in on him before it’s too late.

The report states that Félix is stilly highly-rated by PSG, and if they were to sign him they would be less worried about losing star Kylian Mbappe.

As per El Nacional, PSG currently have a strong possibility to land Borussia Dortmund midfielder Jude Bellingham next season.

Bellingham is considered the next great midfielder and has several clubs on his trail. PSG will have to compete with the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, and Real Madrid to secure his signing next summer.

According to Mundo Deportivo, Zinedine Zidane has struck a preliminary agreement with the French Football Federation (FFF) to succeed current boss Didier Deschamps as France’s national team manager following the World Cup.

The report adds Zidane’s “dream” is to assume the managerial position of the France national team, which is why he turned down the opportunity to take the PSG job last summer.

Speaking to El Chringuito TV, journalist Jose Alvarez confirmed that David Beckham’s side Inter Miami have begun negotiations with Lionel Messi’s entourage to sign him next year.

Messi’s contract with PSG expires at the end of the season, with a high chance of the Argentine leaving Paris. Early reports suggested that if he wins the World Cup with Argentina there’s a strong likelihood he joins Inter Miami in the MLS.

🚨 “El INTER de MIAMI ya negocia con MESSI para la próxima temporada”💥 ¡EXCLUSIVA de @10JoseAlvarez en #ChiringuitoBarcelona! pic.twitter.com/a0z8AHRXcM

Speaking to TalkSport, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi revealed that they had an offer to sell the club for €4bn, however right now the administration wasn’t interested in a complete sale. However, he added that they won’t mind selling some shares in the future.

Earlier L’Equipe reported that an American investment company is willing to buy 15% of shares in PSG, however, talks haven’t advanced yet.

As per Tutto Juve, PSG are hopeful that their offer of €10m per year to Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar will convince him to join them next year.

Škriniar’s contract with Inter Milan expires at the end of the season, and the Milanese club are hellbent on renewing him, however, the report states that they will offer him around €6m per year.

According to El Nacional, PSG are looking to sign Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan at the end of the season, once his contract expires.

It is becoming increasingly likely that Gündoğan will not stay at Manchester City beyond 2023, with many clubs interested in signing the player for free, including Barcelona.

However, PSG sporting director Luís Campos is adamant on signing the German veteran, with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi willing to go all-out to gazump Barcelona.

It is no secret Arsenal star William Saliba is attracting interest from French giants Paris Saint-Germain. The 21-year-old has starred for the Gunners this season after spending the last two campaigns out on loan in France.

His fine form has earned him a World Cup call-up, and may start for Didier Deschamps’ side in their opening game against Australia.

Saliba’s current contract at the Emirates is due to expire in the summer of 2024, and recent reports suggest that Arsenal have opened talks over a new, improved deal.

However, according to CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs, as relayed by Sport.fr, PSG are continuing to monitor his contract status, as they look to bolster their defence. The report also adds that the defender ‘would be very interested in the Parisian project.’

PSG are hoping to complete the signing of Vitória Guimarães starlet Ibrahima Bamba in the upcoming winter transfer window, reports Todofichajes.

Bamba has caught the eye of many including Premier League leaders Arsenal this season. As per the report, clubs will have to pay more than €20m or his release-clause of €30m to secure the Italian’s signing.

As per El Nacional, PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi will hold meetings with Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembélé during the Qatar World Cup, to convince him to join Les Parisiens in the next summer transfer window.

Reportedly Al-Khelaïfi wanted to sign Dembélé in the last window and regretted being unable to do so. With the French winger having a release-clause of €50m next summer, he doesn’t want to let go of another opportunity to bring him to Paris.

Paris Saint-Germain are now the frontrunners in the race to sign in-demand Brazilian teen sensation Endrick, who is also being courted by Chelsea, Barcelona, and Real Madrid.

The Parisians are the only interested party to have opened negotiations with the 16-year-old’s parent club Palmeiras, and have lodged a formal offer to secure the Brazilian wonderkid’s signature ahead of the competition.

Endrick’s father Douglas: “Paris Saint-Germain are the only club that opened negotiations with Palmeiras with an official proposal, as things stand”. 🚨🔴🔵🇧🇷 #PSG”There are many club from different countries keen on signing him. PSG have already moved”, tells Canal do Nicola. pic.twitter.com/X3wuvptRQP

According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are looking to go on the offensive for PSG goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma in 2024.

Donnarumma has been linked with Juventus since his days at rivals AC Milan. His contract with PSG expires in 2026, and the Bianconeri plan to use Adrien Rabiot and Moise Kean as part of the deal to bring the goalkeeper back to Serie A.

According to El Nacional, PSG star Lionel Messi could join former boss Pep Guardiola at Manchester City if he cannot win the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

Messi has recently spoken about his admiration for Guardiola, and as per the report, if the Argentinian legend is unable to once again win the golden prize of football, he wants to return to his former boss’s tutelage to bring the best out of him and keep him on top-form for the 2026 World Cup.

ElNacional has reported that PSG has identified Youssoufa Moukoko as a transfer target. The German striker is being circled around by European giants and the Parisians are the latest club to join the race.

The 17-year-old starlet has had an exceptional start to his Dortmund career and has found a spot in Germany’s World Cup eleven as well. If Moukoko has a great World Cup, his prices could touch the roof which won’t be a problem for PSG.

Cristiano Ronaldo has not ruled out a possible switch to Paris to link up with one of his greatest rivals on the pitch, Lionel Messi. In his latest interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo revealed that you never know what the future holds and he would be interested to partner with Messi in France.

The Manchester United forward could be forced out of the club in January after his latest revelations in the interview.

🎙️ Piers Mogran: “Scenario: Mbappé goes to Real. You, at PSG with Messi.”🎙️ Cristiano Ronaldo: “You can never say never.”

👀(Source: @PiersUncensored)

Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina star Lionel Messi has reiterated that he won’t play football for much longer, stating that it depends in part on family responsibilities.

Read the full story and comments by Messi on THE KINGS!

According to The Athletic, PSG will not make any attempt to sign Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo in the winter transfer window.

Ronaldo is unlikely to continue at Manchester United after critiquing manager Erik ten Hag and club owners the Glazer family in an explosive interview recently.

The Portuguese ace and his agent Jorge Mendes are already looking for a new club but will have to rule out PSG who feel he doesn’t fit their future vision and won’t contribute anything to their present star-studded squad.

PSG are interested in signing Real Madrid left-back Ferland Mendy, as per El Nacional. Mendy’s performances this season are reportedly considered subpar by manager Carlo Ancelotti.

With the Frenchman’s contract expiring in 2024, Real Madrid are looking to offload him for a reasonable fee. PSG highly-rate Mendy and are favourites to sign the left-back.

According to El Nacional, PSG could sign Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembélé for €50m during the period from June 2023 to July 2023, due to a clause in his new contract.

When Dembélé renewed with Barcelona this summer, a release clause of €100m was added to his contract, however, the report states that the value halves during the next summer, which could lead to clubs signing him for a bargain and the Catalans facing a loss.

According to El Nacional, PSG are looking to sign Hajduk Split starlet Luka Vuskovic once the Croatian defender turns 16 years old.

Vuskovic has impressed for Hadjuk Split in the Uefa Youth League and is seen by PSG as the long-term replacement for veteran defender Sergio Ramos. They are willing to pay a relatively large fee for the 15-year-old to ward off competition from other clubs.

Paris Saint-Germain manager Christophe Galtier has confirmed that Marco Verratti is in the club’s plans for the future, with Les Parisiens about to offer the Italian a contract extension. Verratti’s contract expires in 2024.

“I’m told the club wants Marco Verratti to sign a new contract. It’s true, and it’s part of our plans,” Galtier said. “I think Marco is really happy here in Paris.”

PSG manager Galtier confirms: “I’m told the club wants Marco Verratti to sign a new contract. It’s true, and it’s part of our plans”. 🚨🔴🔵 #PSG“I think Marco is really happy here in Paris”. pic.twitter.com/viVamGD8no

According to Calciomercato, PSG are very close to renewing veteran midfielder Marco Verratti. Verratti joined PSG in 2012 and has since gone on to become the most successful player in the history of French football by winning 22 trophies.

As per the report. Verratti will extend his contract till 2026, with his current salary of 12m also increasing. PSG initiated talks with the Italian midfielder and his entourage this May, and will soon close the deal.

As per Fichajes, PSG are interested in bringing Tottenham Hotspur forward Richarlison to the Parc des Princes in January.

PSG are unsure about Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe’s futures and are hoping to reinforce their attack for the future. However, it will be a tough task to lure Richarlison away from Tottenham since he joined recently for a huge sum of €70m.

According to El Nacional, PSG are willing to pay €80m for Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min to sign him next summer.

Reportedly Son is not going to renew his contract which expires in 2025. Tottenham Hotspur are willing to cash in on him if the right bid comes through, with PSG hoping €80m is enough.

President Nasser Al-Khelaifi is personally interested in bringing Son to Paris, and the report states that he will meet with the South Korean winger during the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.

According to El Nacional, PSG want to sign Real Madrid veteran Toni Kroos next summer after his contract expires with the Los Blancos.

While Kroos has earlier stated he will either continue at Real Madrid or retire next season, the report states that PSG’s huge offer of €100m across 3 seasons and a signing bonus of €25m could change the German midfielder’s mind.

According to Football Italia, Lionel Messi had once recommended PSG to sign 17-year-old Luka Romero. The Argentine winger has been in exceptional touch for Lazio proving why he earned the applauds from Lionel Messi.

The PSG forward saw Romero at an Argentine first team training camp and was left impressed by the winger’s performance. Although PSG could still hunt for the player if they agree to Messi’s advice.

L’Equipe journalist Thierry Marchand’s recently published Cristiano Ronaldo biography has revealed a lot of previously unknown things regarding the Portuguese’s football career.

In the biography, it is mentioned that PSG are still interested in signing the 37-year-old, and that the Manchester United forward would not mind that turning into a reality.

“I know the door is open,” Ronaldo stated, as mentioned in the biography (quotes via MARCA).

“I see myself playing at the Parc des Princes, in front of 50,000 Portuguese emigrants. It would be fantastic.”

Spanish publication Marca has reported that PSG are about to make major reinforcements in all three apsects of their team. Reportedly the Parisians are looking to sign a centre-back, a strong physical midfielder, and a target man upfront in the upcoming transfer window. PSG lock horns with Bayern Munich in the Champions League Round-of-16 and these changes could help them overcome the German outfit.

According to transfer expert Christian Falk Paris Saint-Germain are interested in acquiring N’Golo Kante from Chelsea at the end of the season. The French midfielders’ season in England has been clouded with injuries making him miss the World Cup in Qatar. But PSG are closely monitoring Kante’s situation at Chelsea as they aim towards signing the 2018 World Cup Winner as a free agent next summer.

TRUE✅ @PSG_inside is interested in N’Golo Kanté (31). Kanté can leave @ChelseaFC as a free agent in summer pic.twitter.com/e1mq3IfnX9

According to TodoFichajes, Ansu Fati’s agent Jorge Mendes has offered the Barcelona star to a host of elite clubs across Europe, including Europe.

The Barca #10’s role so far has been limited to a majority of his appearances off the bench, which could persuade the 20-year-old Spaniard to seek pastures new, not to mention Barcelona’s elimination from the group stage of the UEFA Champions League.

According to a report for Le Parisien, Paris Saint-Germain want to sign frustrated Atlético Madrid figure João Félix on a loan deal.

Sporting director Luís Campos wants to bring the Portuguese attacker to the French capital in the January transfer window as he feels he could be the perfect foil for Kylian Mbappé up top, who expressed his dissatisfaction at being the number nine, while also relieving some goalscoring pressure off the famed trident of Mbappé-Neymar-Messi.

PSG have entered the race to sign wonderkid Andrey Santos and are set to rival Newcastle United, according to Le 10 Sport via CaughtOffside. Despite Newcastle’s interest PSG remains a more attractive destination.

Costa Rica international and former Real Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas, could be on his way out from PSG in the upcoming transfer window. West Ham United have emerged as one of the potential destination for the 35-year-old, according to Marca via CaughtOffside.

Fabrizio Romano has reported that Paris Saint Germain are currently in a three-horse rice to sign Palmeiras wonderkid Endrick. The Brazilian youngster has been on the bucket list of several European clubs and PSG could be inching closer to get his signature. The Parisians will face tough competition from Real Madrid and Chelsea in getting the 16-year-old on board.

Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain & Chelsea. Frontrunners, pushing to sign Endrick. ✨🇧🇷 #transfersConfirmed and still no breakthrough in negotiations with any club ⤵️ https://t.co/zDvcrVSKt7

According to Mundo Deportivo, PSG are reportedly keen to sign 20-year-old Ivorian defensive midfielder Ibrahima Bamba, who currently plays for Portuguese side Vitória Guimarães.

The player has shown numerous glimpses of his brilliance and potential, which has attracted the interest of Paris Saint-Germain.

PSG are considering Sporting CP defender Gonçalo Inacio to bolster their backline, reports El Nacional. Inacio has impressed for Sporting this season and has consistently started for them, which has also led to him being included in the Portugal squad.

If PSG were to sign him, they would reportedly have to pay his release clause of 45m. However, his salary will be much lower than other targets.

According to El Nacional, PSG star Lionel Messi’s future club will be dependent on how Argentina’s World Cup campaign goes.

As per the report, if Messi finally wins the big one, he will choose Inter Miami as his club and eventually retire there. However, in case Argentina fail to win the tournament, he will look to continue in Europe to prepare for the 2026 World Cup.

If he continues to play in Europe after the World Cup, the most likely option is that he renews his contract with PSG.

According to Calciomercatoweb, PSG are one of the many clubs interested in signing Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka.

Ndicka’s contract with Eintracht Frankfurt expires at the end of the season, with many clubs along with PSG hoping to sign the talented defender on a free transfer.

According to Calciomercatoweb, Juventus are interested in signing PSG forward Carlos Soler despite the Spaniard signing for Les Parisiens this summer.

Soler has seen less game time since his move to PSG in September with the trio of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, and Lionel Messi the preferred starting choices.

Juventus are reportedly looking to take advantage of Soler’s inconsistent playing time and performances to lure him away from PSG and reinforce their squad.

According to French publication L’Equipe (via Sports Mole), Lionel Messi doesn’t want to leave Paris Saint-Germain without winning a major trophy, which is the coveted UEFA Champions League trophy.

With rumours of him returning to Barcelona, advanced talks with Inter Miami, and interest from Premier League clubs Manchester City and Chelsea, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has entered talks to extend his contract with Les Parisiens, per the same report.

According to Ekrem Konur, Martinelli is in talks with Arsenal over a new contract but is now gathering interest from French giants, PSG. The Parisian side is said to be keeping tabs on the situation and remain keenly interested in securing the exciting winger.

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly been handed a blow in their pursuit of soon-to-be-out-of-contract defender Milan Skriniar as Inter are confident of tying him down to a new long-term deal.

That’s according to Inter sporting director Beppe Marotta, who thinks the club can reach an agreement over a new deal for the 27-year-old Slovakian defender as they look to fend off outside interest in their prized asset.

“Milan Skriniar’s value is superlative, on and off the field, so I am very optimistic we can reach a conclusion of those negotiations by the World Cup break, so circa November 13. We have some very positive signs.”

Marotta said to Sky Italy.

According to Calciomercato, Juventus are still hoping of securing a deal for Gianluigi Donnarumma, and could try again to sign him in the upcoming transfer windows, with the Italian international considered a priority option to replace veteran No.1 Wojciech Szczesny.

Donnarumma, 23, has kept 9 clean-sheets from 20 appearances for PSG in all competitions this season, taking hold of the starting spot in between the sticks after sharing the No. 1 role with Keylor Navas last term.

Mohamed Simakan, RB Leipzig’s right-back, confirmed in an interview with L’Équipe’s Loïc Tanzi that he turned down an offered from Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.

“Luis Campos spoke with my agents, that’s true. They were interested. But stability is important to me. We made a joint decision with the Leipzig board to stay. I’m happy because I think Leipzig is the place where I think I’m best at the moment,” the 22-year-old revealed.

According to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, Inter Miami are ‘increasingly confident’ of landing the signature of Lionel Messi in the summer 2023.

The MLS outfit want to close the signing in the coming months and “fully expect” to get it done once talks resume after the World Cup.

PSG will try to renew the 35-year-old’s contract, while Barcelona are also going to try to get their legend back at the Camp Nou.

🚨 Inter Miami increasingly confident of signing Lionel Messi. Not fully agreed but #InterMiamiCF now expect 35yo to join & hope it gets done in coming months. Talks resume after #WorldCup2022. #PSG still want renewal + #FCBarcelona will try @TheAthleticFC https://t.co/dQgNPaYg2e

According to CBS Sports journalist Ben Jacobs, there is absolutely no chance that Lionel Messi will leave Paris Saint-Germain in January, regardless of whether he signs a contract extension with the club or not.

No truth in Barcelona signing Lionel Messi in January. Messi will decide on his future after the World Cup but no chance he will leave mid-season even if he chooses not to renew with PSG.

PSG could be on the verge of losing Lionel Messi after the Argentine is destined for a fairytale return to his former club. According to Sport, the Catalans want Messi in January and are looking to re-sign him before the summer window. This season the Parisians have looked clueless without Messi and would want to keep him at Parc Des Princess. But if Xavi and Barcelona force a move, Messi’s return could be inevitable.

PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe has resumed contract extension talks with the club, according to a report by L’Equipe.

The 27-year-old’s contract is set to expire in 2024, but PSG definitely want to keep the player around, who made his first appearance after returning from injury in a 7-2 rout of Maccabi Haifa on Tuesday night.

The report, however, states that any concrete discussions regarding an extension will only take place after the World Cup.

Brazilian outfit Palmeiras have rejected an initial €20 million bid from PSG for their teenage wonderkid Endrick, according to Libertad Digital.

The 16-year-old is not free to move to Europe until he turns 18. However, with several European powerhouses interested in him, PSG have moved first to lodge a bid for him.

However, Palmeiras have rejected the same and are believed to be looking at a sum of around €35-40 million.

According to Calciomercato journalist Rudy Galetti, PSG are ahead of other clubs in the race for Atletico Madrid forward João Félix.

Earlier reports state that Félix feels his career has gone downhill at Atletico Madrid and is looking for a move away from them. Many clubs have took notice of this and want to sign him, however, they currently don’t stand a chance against PSG.

🚨‼️ Confirmed: #ManchesterUnited continue to be interested in Joao #Felix – after asking for information last summer – but unlikely they will take concrete action soon. #MUFC📌 The club that actually is leading the race for the #Atleti player is #PSG. 🐓⚽#Transfers pic.twitter.com/SUokaEB4rL

As per Fichajes, PSG are ahead of the likes of Real Madrid and AC Milan in the race to sign Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić.

Milinković-Savić is highly sought after due to his impressive performances over the years, however, PSG are willing to offer 80m for him, which is the closest to what Lazio want for the Serbian midfielder, therefore giving them an advantage over other clubs.

According to Mundo Deportivo, PSG are looking to tie down Lionel Messi to a two-year renewal deal before his contract expires next summer.

PSG manager Christophe Galtier approves of renewing Messi after his excellent start to the season. Earlier reports indicated Messi wanted to return to Barcelona once his contract expired with Les Parisiens.

However, the report states that Messi won’t mind renewing with PSG as they are willing to maintain his high salary.

PSG are looking to secure the signing of 16-year old Brazilian prodigy, Endrick. According to reports from UOL Esporte, PSG are willing to pay up to €30 million for the Palmeiras superstar.

Endrick has attracted interest from multiple European clubs but the Brazilian wouldn’t be able to move to Europe until 2024 when he turns 18.

Karim Benzema has rejected multiple lucrative offers from PSG to sign for them for free next summer, reports El Nacional.

PSG are willing to pay Benzema a humongous salary since they want to build an attacking duo starring him and his France teammate Kylian Mbappe.

However, the report states that despite the high wages offered by PSG, Benzema won’t sign for them out of respect for his first club Lyon.

Paris Saint-Germain are more than open to offering Sergio Ramos a contract extension, reports Le10 Sport.

The 36-year-old centre-back has returned to form this season after a first season marred by injuries. His influence in the dressing room has visibly grown and PSG are considering extending Ramos’ contract.

French publication Le10Sport has reported that PSG is looking to hunt AC Milan center-back Pierre Kalulu. Reportedly Christophe Galtier is interested in bringing Pierre Kalulu to Parc Des Princes. The center-back had earned the spotlight last summer after helping Rossoneri to domestic glory. Kalulu’s contract at the San Siro expires in 2025, but CalcioMercatoWeb has reported that the defender recently changed agents and has become a popular prospect in England.

According to a report from Fichajes, PSG have set their sights on French sensation Christopher Nkunku, who had a medical with Chelsea.

Christopher Nkunku had a medical with Chelsea, confirmed as called by @BILD. 🚨🔵 #CFCChelsea sent long term contract bid to Nkunku to prepare the deal for 2023.It’s not done yet, as Chelsea & RB Leipzig will speak about fee: €60m release clause, or different deal structure. pic.twitter.com/645YGNjsCc

PSG might lose key figures such as Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé in the summer. As such, the club believe Nkunku would be the ideal long-term successor to lead the forward line. At just 24, Nkunku is very young and is just entering his prime. His exploits with RB Leipzig since the start of the 2021-22 have put him on the radar of Europe’s most elite teams.

Slovakia centre-back Milan Škriniar might extend his contract with Inter and stay put in Serie A amid links with Paris Saint-Germain, according to Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta, as transcribed in L’Équipe.

“We will soon be discussing an extension with (Milan) Škriniar, the club hopes to find an agreement. I’m sure he’s a serious professional who loves Inter. I hope the negotiations will go well, with a positive outcome,” Marotta stated.

According to Calciomercatoweb, PSG will have to compete with Juventus for former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane.

Current Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has not had a good start to the season, with the club possibly sacking him before the year ends. In case Allegri is let go, Bianconeri will look to replace with him Zidane.

PSG see Zidane as the replacement for current manager Christophe Galtier if he leaves this season. However, for both clubs convincing Zidane will be tough since he reportedly prioritises coaching the French National Team in the future.

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano in his exclusive column for CaughtOffside, a €65million price tag has been laid out for PSG target Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk.

Mudryk has impressed many with his performances this season for Shakhtar in the Champions League, which has also seen an increase in his transfer value.

PSG will have to reportedly face competition from multiple clubs including Arsenal to sign Mudryk.

PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe has swat aside any and every rumour regarding his exit from the club in the January transfer window by stating that he wants to stay at PSG.

“I have not asked to leave PSG in January. I’m not furious with the club, it’s not true,” the 23-year-old told reporters after PSG’s 1-0 win over Marseille on Sunday night.

“I was as shocked by this news as everyone else. People may think I’m involved, I’m not at all. I was taking a nap, my entourage was at my little brother’s game. We were stunned when we found out. I just wanted to say that it’s completely false. I’m very happy here.”

With Kylian Mbappe said to be desperate to push through an exit in 2023, and Lionel Messi’s contract at the club also due to expire at the end of the season amid Barcelona return rumours, PSG are likely to splash big cash on a new centre-forward next summer.

And according to Gazzetta dello Sport, they have identified Inter Milan star Lautaro Martinez as their top target to replace Mbappe.

They recently contacted his agent Alejandro Camano to know about the Argentinean’s availability, and are ready to pay in the region of €75m to bring the 25-year-old Argentina international to the French capital.

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly been handed a boost in their quest to sign Inter Milan’s defensive stalwart Milan Skriniar amid competition from Barcelona.

Regarded as one of the best and most consistent defenders in Serie A, Skriniar is in the final year of his contract with Inter, leading to speculation over his future with Barcelona and PSG both interested in his services.

However, it appears the French champions will hold the upper hand in any potential transfer tug-of-war, with the player not considering a move to Barcelona as an option at this point in time.

Instead, the Slovakian is weighing up the possibility of signing for Paris Saint-Germain or extending his current deal at San Siro, as per Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t SPORT).

According to reputed journalist Ben Jacobs, PSG are interested in Arsenal defender William Saliba, who has yet to sign a new deal.

PSG and Marseille were both keen on Saliba before he cemented himself in the Arsenal first team. The Parisians are still on the lookout for defenders and could revisit their interest in the Gunners defender.

Speaking on the Football Terrace Youtube channel, quotes relayed by the Boot Room, Jacobs said: “He’s still coming to terms with a lot of voices in his ear. It’s not just Marseille, it’s PSG saying ‘if you’re that uncertain or unsure about Arsenal, we can potentially bring you in’. PSG are definitely still looking for defenders. I see no reason he would want to leave but the only caveat there is he did love living in France.

“If PSG did come in, it might give him a decision to make. It is still highly likely Saliba signs. Arsenal have confidence but there is a lot more concrete interest around Saliba.”

PSG are interested in Atletico Madrid forward Joao Felix, as per AS.

Lionel Messi’s future at PSG is still in doubt with the Argentine’s contract set to expire at the end of the season. And in case, Messi does not renew, PSG are reportedly set to make a move for Felix whose future at Atletico Madrid is also unclear.

However, PSG will have competition to sign him from Barcelona who are also interested in the Portuguese.

Paris Saint-Germain have set their sights on Real Madrid’s defensive youth prodigy Rafa Marin, according to a report from Spanish outlet Marca.

PSG recruitment advisor Luis Campos is a big admirer of Marin and wants him for the club’s long-term future. The 20-year-old centre-back is under contract until 2024 and has a release clause worth €30m, which PSG are hoping to benefit from. 

With Sergio Ramos’ contract expiring at the end of the season, and Danilo Pereira playing out of position owing to Presnel Kimpembe current injury, Christophe Galtier could use another center-back this January window to improve depth at his disposal.

PSG will try to convince former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane to take helm of the club in January, according to Media Foot.

With Kylian Mbappe looking to leave the club in January, with manager Christophe Galtier and Luis Campos following him, PSG is reportedly looking to revamp their club structure.

The first step of this process will reportedly be hiring Zidane, who has always been a target for PSG, but rebuffed their approaches earlier as he wants to coach France.

According to Media Foot, PSG could fire president and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi after rumours emerged that the club board had employed an agency to create multiple fake social media profiles to attack their players online, including the likes of Kylian Mbappe.

Al-Khelaifi’s position hasn’t been in such danger since he took over in 2011. The report states that he has already lost influence at PSG to give sporting director Luis Campos more decision-making power.

According to Marca, Kylian Mbappe wanted PSG to sign Real Madrid midfielder Aurélien Tchouaménibefore he signed for Los Blancos last summer.

Reportedly, one of the reasons Mbappe is disappointed with PSG is that the club strengthen the squad with marquee signings such as Tchouaméni, which has led him to wanting to leave them.

PSG sporting director Luis Campos is known for recruiting promising young talent and he has now set his sights on 17-year-old Désiré Doué, as per Foot Mercato.

PSG are expected to pounce if Doué is unable to agree a contract extension with Stade Rennais. The midfielder’s current contract expires in 2024 and has been locked in contract negotiations for a while now.

As per Les Parisien (via GetFrenchFootballNews), Kylian Mbappe will only leave PSG in the summer, and not during the winter transfer window as believed earlier.

Mbappe has asked to leave PSG, with the player feeling the club betrayed him by not fulfilling the demands they promised him when he renewed earlier this year.

Breaking | Kylian Mbappé is likely to leave PSG next summer rather than in January, according to Le Parisien. More follows.

As per Tuttosport (via SempreInter), PSG will have to pay €25m for Inter Milan defender Milan Škriniar if they wish to buy him in January.

Škriniar’s contract with Inter Milan expires next summer, with many clubs (including PSG) eyeing to sign him for free. However, Les Parisiens could jump ahead of everyone else if they pay the fee Inter is asking.

Kylian Mbappe wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain as soon as possible after signing a new deal only a few months ago. The revelation was first reported by Marca journalist Mario Cortegana and has subsequently been backed up by a number of reputed publications and sites.

It has even been rumoured that the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner would be interested in joining Real Madrid, only months after turning down a lucrative contract with Les Parisiens.

Amidst all, Cortegana has provided further information on Mbappe’s desire to leave the Parc des Princes. As per the Spanish journalist, Lionel Messi’s increasing influence could be one of the reasons behind the Frenchman’s sudden wish to move on from the PSG project.

⚡️ @MarioCortegana en 𝗟𝗔 𝗣𝗜𝗭𝗔𝗥𝗥𝗔 𝗗𝗘 𝗤𝗨𝗜𝗡𝗧𝗔𝗡𝗔💥 “Los que conocen ese vestuario dicen que Messi tiene tanto poder como tenía en el Barça”.💥 “Como Mbappé, y otros tantos, consideran que no es el entorno más favorable para ganar la Champions”. pic.twitter.com/t7OKFCmNqo

Paris Saint-Germain were devastated by reports that star forward Kylian Mbappe wants to leave, only months after signing a new contract amid strong Real Madrid interest.

Sporting director Luis Campos has now come out to address Mbappe’s future with the Ligue 1 champions as well as his own.

Speaking to Canal+, Campos said: “I am here to clearly deny, he [Mbappe] did not speak to me or to my president about leaving in January. This question never came up and we never talked about it.”

On his own future, Campos added: “It’s not true that I’m leaving Paris. I’m very happy to be here, I’m under contract for the next three years. My mission is to bring important trophies here at PSG”.

Kylian Mbappe will fly to Madrid on Wednesday with three Paris Saint-Germain teammates, including Sergio Ramos, to be a guest of honour at a bullfight, according to Spanish radio station COPE, via The Mirror.

The news has surfaced hours after it was reported that Mbappe expressed his desire to leave PSG in the upcoming January transfer window. He signed a new deal with the club in summer after turning down a move to Real, but will now find himself appearing in the city for non-footballing reasons.

Real Madrid’s Dani Ceballos and Nacho Fernandez are also expected to attend the event.

According to Le Parisien (via GetFrenchFootballNews), PSG manager Christophe Galtier will leave the club as well if Kylian Mbappe is sold.

Kylian Mbappe is unhappy at PSG with the player requesting the club to sell him in January, a move which could have long-term ramifications for their overall structure.

Breaking | Le Parisien report that Christophe Galtier would also exit PSG should Kylian Mbappé & Luís Campos leave.

With Kylian Mbappe reportedly looking to leave PSG in January, sporting director Luis Campos is also looking to leave the club during the winter, as per Le Parisien (via Get French Football News).

Campos also feels that the club have betrayed him by not fulfilling promises they had made when they got him on board, and now wishes to leave PSG.

PSG forward Kylian Mbappe has asked the club to sell him in January, with the relationship between the two at the point of no return.

Mbappe feels PSG have gone back on the promises they made to him when he extended with Les Parisiens in the summer.

Reportedly, Liverpool is looking the most likely destination if PSG were to sell him in the next transfer window.

Read the full story on THE KINGS.

As per Media Foot, PSG will go after Manchester United winger Marcus Rashford in the winter transfer window.

Rashord was reportedly monitored by PSG at the request of Kylian Mbappe who wants the English winger in Paris.

Manchester United are yet to renew Rashford’s contract which expires in 2023, and PSG will be looking to sign him in January for a small fee.

PSG continue to look at options to bolster their attack. AC Milan and Portuguese star, Rafael Leao, is on Luis Campos’ radar and the French club look ready to pay out his release clause of €150 million to bring him to Paris, reports Media Foot.

Paris Saint-Germain have included a buy back clause in Xavi Simons deal with PSV Eindhoven. Marcel Brands, Director of Football at PSV, confirmed the clause, which is only valid for PSG and was demanded by Luis Campos.

After denials in the summer, it’s now confirmed by PSV Eindhoven director Brands that Paris Saint-Germain has included clause to bring Xavi Simons back to the club. 🚨🔴🔵 #PSGThe clause is only valid for PSG, not available for other clubs — wanted by Luís Campos. pic.twitter.com/eLRrY92Yls

Despite signing a contract extension until 2028, Jan Oblak might be on his way out this summer if an appropriate offer arrives. PSG are in the prime position to sign the Slovenian goalkeeper, alongside Tottenham Hotspurs, reports Fichajes.

PSG have become the latest club to join the chase for Shakhtar Donetsk’s in-demand winger Mykhaylo Mudryk, as per Fichajes.

The talented 21-year-old has already been subject of multiple bids from Premier League clubs during the summer transfer window. Real Madrid, Arsenal and Newcastle United are all keeping close tabs on his situation.

According to calciomercato, Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot could return to former club PSG after his contract expires next summer.

PSG are reportedly willing to match Rabiot’s salary demands of €10m a year which puts them in pole position for his services next season.

According to football transfers guru Fabrizio Romano, Lionel Messi has not received any official contract offers from either PSG or Barcelona, with the player expected to make a decision on his future after the World Cup.

Messi, 35, is aware that PSG wishes to extend his current contract, which expires in the summer of 2023, and that Barcelona are keen to lure him back to Spotify Camp Nou. While his club future remains undecided for now, the Argentina international has announced that the upcoming World Cup will be his final.

One more detail on Leo Messi’s future. Messi and his camp have not received any official proposal yet, as talks won’t take place now. ⚠️🇦🇷 #MessiOn Messi side, they know that PSG want to extend his contract and Barcelona want to bring him back – but nothing will be decided now. pic.twitter.com/g1SbCxLNTH

According to footmercato, PSG are in advanced talks to sign Chelsea forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang next season.

Aubameyang took some time to adapt at Chelsea but has scored in their last two victories against Crystal Palace and AC Milan.

However, even if Chelsea want to retain him for another year they will find it difficult as Aubameyang wishes to play for PSG, as per the report.

PSG are no longer a possible destination for Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kanté after his contract expires in 2023, reports footmercato.

Kanté has been a target for PSG since the last window, however, he prefers to stay in London, with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur leading the race to sign him.

Škriniar, 27, was PSG’s top defensive target last summer but the French champions could not come to an agreement with Inter Milan for his services.

He is now in the final year of his contract at San Siro, meaning Inter could be forced into selling him in January if he refuses to negotiate a new deal, with PSG ready to pounce.

PSG are not the only club looking to take advantage of Škriniar’s contract rebel situation, with Interlive.it reporting that both Real Madrid and Manchester United are set to rival Les Parisiens for his signature.

According to calciomercato, PSG are looking to sign Juventus striker Dušan Vlahović. He is reportedly attracting interest from Chelsea and Bayern Munich as well.