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PSG: Mourinho, is it serious?

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While Luis Campos, Vitinha, Renato Sanches, Danilo Pereira and Nuno Mendes are at PSG, the French club’s Portuguese colony could expand next summer.

According to the newspaper’s revelations In Bola, the PSG would be attentive to the situation of the Lusitanian Gonçalo Inacio. Already on the Parisian shelves last summer, the central defender, who is of interest to major European clubs according to the Portuguese daily, particularly appeals to Luis Campos. The PSG sports director sees the 21-year-old Portuguese international (2 caps) as a credible alternative to the aging Sergio Ramos (36), at the end of his contract this summer, or even a medium-term successor to Marquinhos (28). ). That said, PSG will have to be convincing: Sporting CP is linked with Gonçalo Inacio until 2026, and the Portuguese club is asking for at least 45 million euros to let go of its young hope. This season, the Portuguese has played 40 games in all competitions with Sporting CP (3 goals, 3 assists).

A meeting in Rome with Mourinho?

Another Portuguese could join PSG, this time for the bench. In effect, according to La Repubblica, the president of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, is said to have recently met in the capital of Italy with the coach of AS Roma, José Mourinho. If the leader of Ligue 1 would also have his sights on the winner of the Euro, Roberto Mancini, an approach towards José Mourinho would have been made recently, while the Special One is in a complicated period at La Louve (in cold with his management and the fans). The idea appeals in any case to Jérôme Rothen, but arouses the debate. Quoted in other formations (Real Madrid, Inter), José Mourinho, who refused to take Portugal after the World Cup, seems close to the exit, only two years after his arrival at AS Roma. An arrival at PSG could in any case seduce the former Chelsea and Inter coach, while Christophe Galtier is getting closer to leaving at the end of the season. The Frenchman would be tracked by Tottenham.

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