PSG: the offensive rookie has arrived in Paris


After having failed in the Rayan Cherki file, PSG would have launched an offensive to obtain the reinforcement of an undesirable Chelsea player. The player would even have already arrived in Paris.

Christophe Galtier, PSG Paris Paris Saint-Germain

In recent days, PSG have attempted an offensive to secure the services of Rayan Cherki, who is under contract with OL and used by Laurent Blanc. The Rhone formation refused any negotiation, failing several proposals from the Parisians. Christophe Galtier and his leaders have thus had to turn to other solutions to compensate for the departure of Pablo Sarabia to Wolverhampton and to overcome his problems.

The Parisian technician cannot indeed find the right formula to animate his attack, this beginning of the year. His team conceded two defeats against Lens and Rennes, and a draw against Reims, last weekend. Very disappointing results given the composition of its workforce. At a press conference, the PSG coach spoke of a crisis of complacency, pointing to the behavior of his players. He also lamented a lack of solution in the offensive sector, where he can only rely on Lionel Messi, Neymar, Kylian Mbappé and Hugo Ekitiké.

The offer for Skriniar did not convince Inter Milan

Like all sports directors, Luis Campos is fully focused on the end of the transfer window. The Portuguese would have set his sights on Hakim Ziyech, to help his coach. The Chelsea player, who is pushed out by his coach, would have validated the idea of ​​​​joining the French capital. The Parisian indicates that he has even already landed in France: the Moroccan international would have landed on Monday evening and his arrival would only be a matter of an hour.

The PSG would also always work on the arrival of Milan Skriniar, this winter. But the latest offer sent to Inter Milan to convince them to sell the Slovak has so far not convinced the Nerazzurri leaders, reveals journalist Matteo Moretto.

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