Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Pablo Sarabia is keen on a possible return to La Liga over the upcoming summer transfer window, according to a report from the Spanish-based outlet Mundo Deportivo.
Sarabia is concerned that he does not have an established role with PSG, the report adds. Thus, he would be open to a move to La Liga not only to garner more playing time minutes but also to strengthen his case to become a regular for the Spanish national team.
More so, several clubs are linked with possibly making a move to sign Sarabia should PSG put the playmaker on the market. As of now, clubs such as Atletico Madrid and Sevilla are keeping an eye on Sarabia’s questionable future with PSG.
Sarabia joined PSG over the 2019 summer transfer window after spending nine seasons in La Liga. The midfielder’s most notable years in Spain’s top-flight came during his Sevilla run where he played in four different finals with the side.
Sarabia has so far totaled for 37 appearances in all competitions with PSG this season.
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