Paris Saint-Germain has not completed a single signing in the ongoing winter transfer window, but this may change soon.
Wolverhampton signed Pablo Sarabia from PSG last week, and the Premier League side also came to terms with the Spanish international on a two-and-a-half-year contract deal. With Sarabia’s departure from the club, PSG will now spend the rest of the winter window looking to find an immediate replacement for the veteran forward, which manager Christophe Galtier spoke about during a press conference on Saturday.
“Yes, I said before the transfer window opened, that there would be arrivals only if there were departures,” Galtier said. “Pablo left for the reasons we know, the club works by exchanging a lot with Luis and myself to have an additional player on an offensive level. This is a real track and the club is working in this direction.”
Galtier added that the club is aiming to sign a winger who is “big, who goes fast, who hits with both feet and scores goals with his head.”
The second half of the season for PSG will be filled with Ligue 1, UEFA Champions League, and Coupe de France fixtures. If PSG can soon bring in an attacking reinforcement, it sure would help out Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe, as Galtier would then have the luxury to sideline them from matches in order to keep them well-rested for must-win fixtures.