PSG’s Strategy for Replacing Superstar Player Before Real Madrid Move Unveiled

As the summer transfer window opens in a few weeks, several names are expected to be linked to Paris Saint-Germain. The Ligue 1 side are gearing up to lose Kylian Mbappé this summer as a free agent, so they could be looking for a replacement.

Following Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League elimination against Borussia Dortmund, it marked a significant shift as Mbappé played his final Champions League match for PSG. 

Numerous reports indicate a move to Real Madrid in the upcoming summer transfer window. As a result, PSG must start planning for a future without the talented Frenchman.

In the past, PSG was famous for chasing after big-name and flashy players, but they won’t be following that approach to replacing Mbappé. Last summer, the capital club adopted a new approach to its transfer policy, and it won’t be steering away from that.

L’Equipe reports that PSG’s idea is to stay true to the ongoing project: young, energetic players with a team-oriented mindset. Without Mbappé, Luis Enrique might consider a setup without a traditional center-forward, relying instead on the more efficient runs from his midfielders.

It will be interesting to see how the French giants go about replacing the 25-year-old, but this summer will mark the start of a new era. 

Tags Kylian Mbappé Real Madrid

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  1. Luis Enrique did something very interesting in one of the pre season friendlies: he played 3 people up front (no striker) who swapped places constantly during the match and it worked out very well. This was when Mbappe was sidelined by the club and before Dembele, Muani and Ramos came.

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