Although Paris Saint-Germain leads Ligue 1 and accumulated 14 points finishing second in the UEFA Champions League group stage, the French giants still have holes in their squad, which sporting advisor Luis Campos intends to address.
Club football is about to pause for the 2022 FIFA World and presents the opportunity for the Portuguese club chief to begin mapping out which targets he will pursue during the January transfer window.
Le Parisien reported (h/t Paris Fans) that Campos wants to add three players to improve the squad heading into the Champions League knockout stages and the condensed schedule after the World Cup.
Should Milan Skriniar not be an option, PSG will still pursue a defender, as Marquinhos and Kimpembe will at least play in the World Cup.
However, the other position Campos will be looking at is to strengthen in midfield. The French media outlet stated that the Champions League group stage exposed the lack of an impact player capable of thwarting the opposing intensity.
Finally, Campos would like one more attacking player, perhaps anticipating a post-World Cup pump from the three attacking stars. One of the names being reported is Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix, but it would be a profound cost.