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A legend makes a call for a transfer to PSG

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On loan with option to buy from PSG to Juventus, Leandro Paredes will not continue the adventure with the Bianconeri. The Argentinian did not convince the Italian leaders to exercise the purchase option of 20M€. Its future should however be written far from the French capital. His native country, via Riquelme, makes him look sweet.

Arrived during the winter transfer window in 2019, Leandro Paredes will have struggled to impose itself on the PSG. The high amount of his transfer from Zenit St. Petersburg at the time, 47M€, had placed very high demands on the Argentine midfielder. Far from being unanimous in Paris, Paredes had ended up being exfiltrated last summer, being loaned to the Juventus.

Riquelme’s call

The end of the adventure with the Juventus brings the 28-year-old to reflect on the rest of his career. According Martin Arevalo from ESPNthe Argentinian legend Juan Roman Riquelme would have called the midfielder in person to convince him to return to the country. Vice President of the Club Boca Juniorsin which evolved Paredes before arriving in Europe, the former elegant midfielder is pleading for a comeback from the recent world champion in order to compete in the Libertadores. A return to Argentina would not be on the agenda, however, for Paredes who wishes to continue Europe a few more seasons, before a potential return to Boca Juniors.

An official departure from PSG

Back at the training center PSG in a few weeks, Leandro Paredes shouldn’t stay there long. The capital club wants to part with it and the player is not against leaving. According Martin Arevaloseveral clubs would be interested in welcoming the 28-year-old player: chelsea as well as theAtlético de Madrid. In the event of arrival at the Blueshe would find his compatriot in midfield, Enzo Fernandez. The aggressive and technical profile of Leandro Paredes would please the leaders of theAtlético de Madrid. All options are on the table.

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