Mitchel Bakker remains uncertain over his current run with Paris Saint-Germain.
Bakker was an early dark horse candidate to have a breakout campaign over the past season, especially following his strong performances for PSG in the team’s two domestic cup finals last year.
However, this did not turn out to be the case as both Thomas Tuchel and Mauricio Pochettino did not rely on Bakker as much to start in PSG’s biggest matches of the season.
For now, Bakker is not ruling out a departure from the club. The PSG talent spoke further to the Dutch-based outlet De Telegraaf (via Le10Sport) on whether he aspires to make a move away from PSG over the upcoming summer transfer window.
“We’re going to sit around a table and see what the outlook is for next season,” Bakker said. “Of course, I want to be able to play a full season. There is interest, but I’m curious to know what the plans for Paris are. Today, I do not know yet if I will stay, but I can not complain after this season.”
Bakker totaled for 26 appearances in Ligue 1 play over the past season with 18 of them coming as starts. The Dutch defender also logged two assists in league play.
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