Paris Saint-Germain finds itself attempting to salvage their 2022-23 season by winning Ligue 1 and overturning their current UEFA Champions League situation as they’re down 1-0 to Bayern Munich heading into the second leg on March 8 at Allianz Arena.
However, RMC Sport reported on Monday, citing sources, that sporting advisor Luis Campos is looking at the 2023-24 and at the club, some are thinking of breaking up the MNM attack. One certainty: Kylian Mbappé will always be at the center of the project.
As a result, the situations of Neymar and Lionel Messi, whose extension is currently under discussion, are being monitored. Nonetheless, PSG has not decided on the two players and there will be no rush to make one. The rest of the season will condition future choices.
Campos has drawn up a list. Midfielders Youssouf Fofana (Monaco) and Khéphren Thuram (Nice) are among the names checked. Additionally, the French media outlet validated the report that PSG is eyeing Randal Kolo Muani, who is blazing in attack with Eintracht Frankfurt, is followed, as are Marcus Thuram and Manu Koné, who play in Mönchengladbach.
They are expensive files for the most part. The profiles of the targeted players: French, young and successful. It is impossible to say today if they succeed, but the envelope available to the Parisian sports adviser is unknown. One of the objectives of the capital club will be to reduce the wage bill. And then, between now and June, there can be a lot going on behind the scenes.