Everyone agrees on one point today: Paris Saint-Germain is mad about this summer transfer window. If the capital club has already completed the transfer of Georginio Wijnaldum, free after his adventure in Liverpool, there are plenty of hot issues that will be finalized in the days to come: Achraf Hakimi, Gianluigi Donnarumma or Sergio Ramos. We must add to this the other Parisian tracks, namely Joaquin Correa (Lazio) or Paul Pogba (Manchester United). As we announced to you exclusively this Sunday morning, the Ile-de-France training is approaching the demands of the clan of the 2018 World champion …
So many files to manage for Parisian leaders and in particular Leonardo. Often criticized, the sports director will once again be at the heart of PSG news. And we must not miss it. In today’s edition, The Parisian makes a big point on the 2021 transfer market of the capital club, and the Brazilian is going to have a job. Especially when it comes to sales. Criticized on this subject last summer with the sole departure of Loïc Mbe Soh to Nottingham Forest for € 5m, the main concerned and his teams hope this time to sell for around € 200m.
Leaders in Doha annoyed with Leonardo’s record
For this, the local daily explains that Thilo Kehrer, Idrissa Gueye or Leandro Paredes could look elsewhere in the coming weeks. Obviously, in the expected € 200M, PSG does not count on a sale from Kylian Mbappé, who has decided not to extend but to honor his last year of contract. There too, it is a hot topic for Leonardo, who does not have very good relations with the entourage of the 2018 World champion. The Parisian even says that a change of sports director could change everything.
Finally, with a transfer window that does not necessarily please everyone (the arrivals of Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma do not necessarily go into the locker room as we revealed to you exclusively recently), Leonardo will have to take care of the locker room. To make matters worse, the record of the 51-year-old Brazilian would annoy some leaders in Doha … This summer, Leonardo no longer has the right to make mistakes.