PSG is already eyeing a lot of profiles for the next transfer window. Christopher Nkunku particularly appeals to Luis Campos.
In Paris, the transfer window periods are always eagerly awaited. Next winter, PSG will certainly be one of the major players in the market. Luis Campos would like to sign a central defender and a striker. In addition to this winter, the Ile-de-France management is also preparing for next summer. Already, a lot of names have come out in the press. Among them, we can cite Christopher Nkunku. The French international should leave Leipzig to find a new challenge, more in line with his enormous potential. And PSG are interested in the possibility of recovering it. If Nkunku had been sold to Leipzig in 2019 for 13 million euros, the capital club would be ready to put the means to bring him back. But the 25-year-old does not see things the same way.
Nkunku, PSG did not make the weight
Christopher Nkunku update. Although Leipzig call a move to Chelsea a “transfer rumour”, am told there is now a broad club-to-club agreement in place for summer 2023 worth around €70m. pic.twitter.com/3h9ase5zxO
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According to information from Ben Jacobs, Nkunku will be a Chelsea player next summer. The French and the Blues, in agreement for many months, will see their desire for collaboration become concrete. Leipzig have, according to the journalist, accepted an offer of 70 million euros from Chelsea to let go of the former PSG player. A PSG which will therefore not be able to repatriate its former player. It remains to be seen, however, if Chelsea’s non-qualification for the next Champions League will change the situation, while the Blues are in the midst of a crisis of results in the Premier League and point to a sad 8th place after 14 games played. In any case, the announcement of an agreement between Leipzig and Chelsea will certainly bring some joy to Nkunku, who had to give up the World Cup following a ligament injury in his left knee. According to The Teamthe native of Lagny-sur-Marne should miss two to two and a half months of competition with his club.