Mitchel Bakker has departed Paris Saint-Germain, and it appears as though Layvin Kurzawa could be on the way out. With two left-backs likely leaving this summer, it seems as though the capital club could look to reinforce the position.
One name that continues to circulate in the media is AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez. The French giants had expressed interest before the transfer window had opened, but the profile went cold.
With the need to add a left-back, PSG is once again expressing interest in the 23-year-old. Furthermore, Les Parisiens have reportedly sent an offer. Tuttosport (via Paris Fans) reports that the French giants sent €40-million to Milan, but the Italian club does not seem interested for two reasons.
First of all, he’s a fundamental player in Piolo’s squad, while 40 million euros does not seem to be an adequate sum. PSG can hardly offer better since it has already invested a lot. Also, Milan is not looking for a replacement for Theo Hernandez but rather a backup.
If it’s not Hernandez, then the Ligue 1 side will need to look elsewhere to reinforce its left-back position.
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