Report: PSG Offering Flop Signing to AC Milan Amid Links to AS Roma

Paris Saint-Germain’s long issue has never been they can’t buy players; the problem has been offloading players who haven’t worked out and have inflated salaries, one being Georginio Wijnaldum.

Sporting advisor Luis Campos and Antero Henrique hope to unload this summer is Wijnaldum. Management is hoping to find takers for the 31-year-old, who didn’t impress in his first season in the French capital. 

According to transfer window specialist Gianluca Di Marzio (via PSG Hub), Wijnaldum has been offered to AC Milan, who’s studying his profile. Still, they’re not the lone Serie A side that has an eye on the Netherlands international, as AS Roma is also in the mix.

Wijnaldum is already not on the list of players heading for PSG’s Japan tour to prepare for the upcoming season. Nevertheless, it’s a message that they don’t see him as part of the future, and management hopes to place him somewhere before the summer transfer window closes. 

It will be interesting to see whether Milan would proceed any further with their interest or if Roma considers this a threat and need to amp their pursuit for the midfielder. 

Tags AC Milan AS Roma Georginio Wijnaldum

6 Comments

  1. Ac milan owner is a useless man for what you are doing to my beloved milan when you no can not spend money on quality players then why did you acquire the team…you are bringing milan down milan doesn’t deserve all this average players…you are making me to regret bean a milan fan.

    1. sorry this is how Milan management is be,they can’t buy strong players despite champions league we are facing now

  2. Not the perfect man for AC Milan, they will not buy him.
    I do not understand how PSG, at the opposite, is now looking to buy an average player like Renato Sanches from Lille. The new coach will not be able to manage such an unstable team, I see another disaster year for PSG

  3. Am tired of ac Milan upon the champion league qualification we are still lacking money to Singh big players

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