As the summer transfer deadline on Sept. 1 approaches, files are heating up concerning two potential exits from the Paris Saint-Germain squad. The capital club revamped their midfield this summer, leaving little room for Leandro Paredes and Renato Sanches.
Foot Mercato’s Santi Aouna reports PSG is keen on finalizing a deal involving Leandro Paredes. The Argentine midfielder has garnered significant attention with AS Roma and Galatasaray.
Nonetheless, Roma is attempting a double swoop of the Ligue 1 giants’ midfield. The Serie A side will intensify talks for Leandro Paredes and Renato Sanches with PSG Sunday.
PSG has set a price tag of €5 million for his services, and the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner has a three-year contract waiting for him with Roma. Galatasaray is attempting to swoop in and land the player, but it might not be enough despite offering a better salary.
🚨🟡🔴🇦🇷🇵🇹 #SerieA |
◉ La Roma et le PSG vont intensifier les discussions demain pour Leandro Paredes et Renato Sanches.
◉ Paris veut 5M€ pour l'Argentin Contrat de 3 ans. Galatasaray propose un meilleur salaire mais Paredes veut la Roma.
◉ Le Portugais est déjà OK. pic.twitter.com/gngQQ3xBGQ
— Santi Aouna (@Santi_J_FM) August 12, 2023
Paredes harbors a strong desire to return to Roma, a club where he once plied his trade. Despite Galatasaray’s attractive offer, the pull of reuniting with familiar surroundings and possibly reigniting his career at the Italian club holds a unique appeal for Paredes.
Meanwhile, Sanches has seemingly given his approval for a move to Roma. These next few days could be critical to see both players continue their careers in Italy.