Paris Saint-Germain will hope sporting advisor Luis Campos and Antero Henrique have better luck offloading players with no future in the French capital, something former sporting director Leonardo failed to accomplish.
L’Équipe (via AS) reports that the reigning Ligue 1 champions want to offload players in which they will seek to approach €100 million in sales. Henrique has been successful in this aspect as he garnered €40 million from Valencia for Gonçalo Guedes.
One of the favorites to leave the French capital is Leandro Paredes, who PSG is asking for €35 million for the Argentine, with Manchester United recently expressing interest.
For Abdou Diallo, another player with a market, the story is pretty much the same. Henrique wants €30m for the Senegal international, who is recently connected to AC Milan.
Another player that can recoup a fee is striker Arnaud Kalimuendo, who PSG want €25 million, and recently, the 20-year-old has been linked to Premier League side Leeds United.
Meanwhile, Junior Dina Ebimbe can be allowed to leave the French capital if any interested club presents an offer of €5 million. PSG knows that offloading other players will be a challenge, but hope to secure a prominent fee for those with value.