Paris Saint-Germain sporting advisor Luis Campos is officially on the job, and the Portuguese club chief will mold the squad into his vision. Many expect Campos to fill the team with players entering their prime years or in their prime.
However, L’Équipe reports that the Ligue 1 champions are interested in FC Bayern Munich Robert Lewandowski. The 33-year-old has one more year on his contract, so the Poland international has told the club leaders that he wants to leave, and FC Barcelona was immediately interested in the player.
The French media outlet states that PSG’s interest in Lewandowski will make it possible to be much less dependent on Kylian Mbappé. Nonetheless, before they even consider pursuing the veteran striker, they must offload Mauro Icardi.
Lewandowski at the Parc des Princes is tough to envision, considering Neymar Jr., Lionel Messi, and Mbappé are at the heart of PSG’s attack, so it will be interesting to see how this would all work out.
Furthermore, Lewandowski isn’t the only striker that Les Parisiens have their eyes on this summer, as Campos is also pursuing Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca, who would be a way younger and long-term option for the French giants.