Paris Saint-Germain wants to improve its full-back position this summer, and on the right-side, the capital club is pursuing Inter Milan’s, Achraf Hakimi. However, it seems as though the French giants would like to upgrade their left-side too.
Various reports suggest that Les Parisiens are expressing interest in AC Milan’s Theo Hernandez. Now it appears as though PSG has figured out the player side of a potential transfer as French football journalist Fabrice Hawkins, formerly of Téléfoot, reports that PSG has agreed to a five-year deal with Hernandez along with the wages, which are undisclosed.
When it comes to the potential transfer sum that it will take to get Hernandez to arrive at the French capital, Hawkins adds that Milan is asking for at least €40-million, and PSG’s sporting director Leonardo wants to include players to lessen the fee.
The capital club isn’t messing around as they want significant upgrades in two areas that many consider the weakest spots of the club. It will be interesting to see if Leonardo and the rest of the PSG leaders can secure the Hernandez transfer along with Hakimi’s.
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