Kalimuendo shocks PSG and upsets the transfer window

Author of two goals in three games during the PSG tour in Japan, Arnaud Kalimuendo scored points in the mind of Christophe Galtier.

He was one of the players that Paris Saint-Germain wanted to sell in order to replenish its coffers, but Arnaud Kalimuendo scored points during the PSG tour in Japan. Estimated at more than 20 million euros on the transfer market, Arnaud Kalimuendo, priority of Leeds United, could finally stay in the French capital. And for good reason, RMC reveals that Christophe Galtier is counting on the native of Suresnes. Arnaud Kalimuendo’s good humor, his involvement in the field, his dynamism in the game and his efficiency are all assets that marked the PSG coach, who would now like to see him stay in order to integrate the rotation in attack. “I am obviously satisfied with what he does every day in training, with what he brings to the match, then there is the reality of the market, the transfer window” has also declared Christophe Galtier about the former RC Lens striker at a press conference.

Galtier would like to keep Kalimuendo at PSG

Despite this facade speech and this very good internship in Japan, does Arnaud Kalimuendo really have a chance of staying at PSG, which has received offers in excess of 20 million euros in the past two weeks? It would seem that internally, the question arises seriously. Ideally, after the recruitment of Hugo Ekitike and while PSG also has Neymar, Icardi, Messi and Mbappé in the workforce, Christophe Galtier wanted to recruit a more experienced striker with a more airy profile in order to provide him with a different solution during game. In the event that Paris SG finds its happiness, then Arnaud Kalimuendo could leave. But the Parisian club no longer makes it a priority and could be happy with the one who comes out of two successful seasons at RC Lens. Among the Parisian supporters, there is no doubt that we would welcome the presence of Kalimuendo alongside Ekitike for the rotation. Enough to give back a less “bling bling” and more “made in PSG” side to the reigning French champion. Which would thus fit with the words of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi a month ago on the club’s new policy.

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