Paris Saint-Germain may not be done making additions to their squad as the capital club wants to address their midfield. L’Equipe (via Paris Fans) reports that the Ligue 1 side still has Manchester United’s Paul Pogba and Stade Rennais’ Eduardo Camavinga.
For now, Les Parisiens has not submitted an offer to Pogba. Like other suitors (Real Madrid, for example), the capital club observes the evolution of relations between the Pogba’s representatives and Manchester United, who wants to extend the player.
The 28-year-old’s contract expires next summer, and some reports suggest that PSG will remain patient and hope to sign him on a free transfer.
Camavinga, who was among the players monitored since May, still appeals to the French giants. The midfielder is young, technical, and defensive is lacking in Paris.
The teenager’s club is still trying to snatch an extension from him, but he seems rather inclined to wait to leave free in a year, and PSG is a project that does entice him. If Rennes were very demanding about him at the end of the spring, they could finally agree to release him for an amount of around €30-million.
It will be interesting to see whether the French giants make one more move with the transfer window open for a few more days.