Paris Saint-Germain sporting advisor Luis Campos wants depth at every position to rotate to prepare for the tight schedule ahead of the FIFA World Cup in November. The capital club reportedly now wants to reinforce the left-back position, with Javi Galán being a target.
Nuno Mendes is the starter at left-back, but behind him is Juan Bernat, who recently returned following a severe knee injury, and Layvin Kurzawa, a player with no future at PSG. As a result, DAZN’s Miguel Angel Roman (via Foot Mercato) reports the capital club eyes the 27-year-old.
The Celta Vigo defender is Campos’ target to improve the position, but the situation with Bernat, whom PSG failed to sell thus far this summer, has blocked a possible transfer. Nonetheless, things can still change by the end of the transfer window.
Along with PSG, Galán is also tracked by FC Barcelona, and English clubs are vying for the Spain international. The Celta Vigo left-back has a reasonably affordable release clause of €18 million, which makes him a relatively reasonable target.