Paris Saint-Germain has certainly benefitted from the relationship with Inter Milan.
On the last day of the transfer window last summer, PSG brought out-of-favor Mauro Icardi to the French capital via loan per The Guardian and it has worked out extremely well to the tune of nine goals in 10 matches.
If recent reports from Corriere dello Sport (via Sempre Inter) are true, the Italian club could soon benefit from some of PSG’s talent that is expected to be available next summer.
Both Layvin Kurzawa and Thomas Meunier are out of contract at the end of the season and no contract extension has been offered to either player as of yet. Kurzawa has not impressed manager Thomas Tuchel and has barely featured at all this season. Meunier has played quite a bit for Les Parisiens this season but that’s mostly due to necessity as Colin Dagba has been battling injury along with Thilo Kehrer.
The January transfer window will ultimately decide if these players will be available on a free transfer next summer. PSG is expected to be looking for reinforcements for their left-back and right-back positions and if they’re able to find the players that Tuchel wants, you can expect Kurzawa and Meunier to be allowed to run their contracts down and join whatever team they want.
If the market is tough and PSG cannot bring in the players they need, I could see Meunier being offered a contract extension but likely not Kurzawa. It appears the Frenchman’s time in Paris is coming to an end.
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