Tchouameni for 80 million euros, PSG is choking!

PSG is preparing for an eventful off-season. A lot of profiles are studied and one particularly pleases, that of Aurélien Tchouameni.

PSG has nothing left to play for at the end of the Ligue 1 season. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have already been assured of the title of champion of France for weeks. It is rather behind the scenes that PSG makes people talk, between the future of Kylian Mbappé and that of the Ile-de-France management. An Ile-de-France management threatened but which is already at work concerning the next transfer window. A few names come out in the press and one particularly attracts attention. Indeed, Aurélien Tchouameni is according to The Parisian in the small papers of the PSG for this summer. The French midfielder, author of a remarkable season with AS Monaco, is one of the most courted players in Europe. And inevitably, the Principality club wants to take advantage of the law of supply and demand for its 22-year-old star.

Tchouameni, the fatal blow to PSG?

PSG has colossal financial means on the transfer market. The capital club has accustomed fans and observers to big arrivals in recent years. But the Parisian management is not spared during the negotiations, the clubs very often asking the high price to sell a player to PSG. According to information from ParisianAS Monaco is demanding no less than 80 million euros to let go of Aurélien Tchouameni, under contract until 2024. A very high price which puts off the leaders of PSG, who judge “excessive” the sum requested by AS Monaco for Aurélien Tchouameni. In this case, the PSG does not lack competition since Real Madrid, Chelsea but especially Liverpool are interested. brand even indicates that the Reds have a good head start for Tchouameni, charmed by the idea of ​​playing abroad. Little good news therefore for Paris Saint-Germain and its fans in this case, while the arrival of Paul Pogba seems much more realistic. At the end of his contract with Manchester United, the world champion is open to the idea of ​​joining the Ile-de-France team. Not sure that everyone will like it though.

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