Foot PSG – PSG: Three boiling files, Luis Campos continues in the transfer window

Foot PSG – PSG: Three boiling files, Luis Campos continues in the transfer window

The PSG transfer window is accelerating and the Renato Sanches, Vitinha and Milan Skriniar files are on the way to completion.

Like Olympique de Marseille, Paris Saint-Germain is on the verge of accelerating its transfer window in an impressive way in this last week of June. While Christophe Galtier has still not been officially named PSG coach, sporting adviser Luis Campos is working hard to build the most cohesive and competitive squad possible. In defense, the priority of the Portuguese recruiter is called Milan Skriniar and according to information from journalist Nicolo Schira, Paris is nearing goal with the cador of Inter Milan. Indeed, an agreement has been reached between PSG and the Slovenian defender on the basis of a five-year contract with a salary of 7.5 million euros per year excluding bonuses. It now remains to agree with Inter Milan, which should only be a matter of days since PSG have offered 60 million euros, where the Nerrazzuri are demanding 70 million euros.

Vitinha, Skriniar and Renato Sanches to PSG


In parallel with the Milan Skriniar file, Paris Saint-Germain is working on two avenues in midfield. They are known to everyone: Vitinha (FC Porto) and Renato Sanches (Lille). Here too, PSG is on target. According to information from the AS newspaper, the agreement is total with Porto for Vitinha, whose transfer for 40 million euros is no longer in much doubt. Regarding Renato Sanches, the operation has a good chance of being finalized around 20 million euros including bonus, a sum lower than what was announced earlier in the week. Foot Mercato, however, tempers the imminence of the agreement between LOSC and PSG for Renato Sanches by explaining that for the time being, Paris had not yet materialized its interest with an offer for the Portuguese. But it won’t be long and a priori, Renato Sanches, Vitinha and Skriniar will launch the summer transfer window of PSG, rather in a very good way.

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