Fabián Ruiz arrived from Napoli amidst high hopes. However, the Spanish midfielder has struggled to find his footing at the Parc des Princes despite the arrival of Spanish coach Luis Enrique in the summer.
Ruiz’s inability to deliver the expected level of performance has now raised questions about his future with PSG. Fichajes reports that the capital club is open to parting ways with the 27-year-old midfielder.
As a result, his transfer’s starting price has been set much lower than initially anticipated, hovering around the €30 million mark. Among the potential suitors are Atlético de Madrid, Juventus, and Barcelona, each vying to secure Ruiz.
Despite the setbacks in Paris, Ruiz remains a coveted asset in the football transfer market. As the January transfer window nears, it will be interesting to see what the midfielder decides to do with his future.
He does get some minutes as a starter and off the bench. Nonetheless, Ruiz could decide he wants consistent minutes as a starting player. Perhaps one of these reportedly interested clubs could offer that type of role to secure him.