Mitchel Bakker has departed Paris Saint-Germain, and the capital club is looking at options to offload Layvin Kurzawa. With Juan Bernat returning from a severe knee injury and Abdou Diallo having experience at the position.
As PSG faces two possible departures at the position, the French giants would like to make an addition, and they want to grab an upgrade of what they currently have on the squad.
AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez is the prime target for Les Parisiens. It will take a significant sum for the Italian club to part ways with one of its better defenders ahead of their return to the UEFA Champions League.
French football journalist Fabrice Hawkins reports that Milan wants €60-million for Hernandez, similar to what PSG paid for when they purchased Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan.
It will be interesting to see whether the Ligue 1 side wants to pay the same price to reinforce its left-back side or whether they’ll look elsewhere.
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