Paris Saint-Germain is in the market for a new striker, and it seems they are open to selling one returning from a successful loan stint. L’Equipe reports that Arnaud Kalimuendo could be had if a club meets its asking price.
The French media outlet states that the reigning Ligue 1 champions want €25 million for the 20-year-old and are tempted to sell him since there’s plenty of interest in the France international.
Leeds United is reportedly one of the high-profile clubs eyeing the young striker as they’ll be looking for goals next season. The Premier League club will likely sell Raphinha this summer, so they need his production to be replaced.
Kalimuendo spent last season with RC Lens, scoring 13 goals in 35 appearances for the French side. It will be interesting to see if clubs like Leeds United up their interest knowing the asking price or whether PSG would be content holding onto him as he’s under contract until 2024.