The summer transfer window has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the rumor mill is closed entirely. Valencia midfielder Javi Guerra is the latest name linked to Paris Saint-Germain.
Guerra is linked to various clubs, such as FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. As a result, Valencia will look to snag up every euro they possibly can in a potential sale, which is why Foot01 relayed the information that the Spanish club wants any interested club to pay the player’s release clause.
So, how much is the release clause? It’s €100 million for the player under contract until 2027. Furthermore, PSG has no intention of paying such a sum to secure the services of a player. However talented he may be.
Despite everything, sporting advisor Luis Campos has fallen for Javi Guerra, a player that PSG continues to follow. But if no negotiations are possible with Valencia, then it is clear that Paris will leave this issue aside to focus on other reinforcements.
Guerra would add size to the midfield, but it seems Campos and Co. are being wise with their spending. While the Spain international is a quality talent, it appears his future won’t be in the French capital.