It’s no secret that Paris Saint-Germain has been seriously active in the transfer market even before the opening of the winter transfer window. In January, the reigning French champion intends to strengthen with the arrivals of Sao Paulo central defender Lucas Beraldo (20 years old) and Corinthians midfielder Gabriel Moscardo (18 years old) for around 40 million euros. And according to information from the regional daily Le Parisien this Tuesday, PSG considers, after the signatures of the two Brazilians, that recruitment will be closed.
Against this, like everyone else, the Parisian conductors have planned to remain on the lookout, particularly if the possibility of seizing a “marching opportunity” presents itself. At the hospital, Paris has a large surface area with the pieces of left back Layvin Kurzawa and striker Hugo Ekitike (see Brief 7:04 p.m.).