PSG transfer news: Al Khelaifi has his say on Dybala, Les Parisiens set to battle Manchester United for a world-class midfielder and more - 9th January 2018
PSG not interested in Dybala
Paolo Dybala was brilliant at the start of the season for Juventus. Recently, Dybala has been linked with a move away from Turin, as he has not been the first-choice for the Serie A giants. A lot of rumours have linked the Argentine to a move to PSG.
PSG owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi said that the Paris-based club is not interested in signing the highly-rated Argentine forward. He mentioned that Juventus president is a good friend and Dybala is not a key player for PSG.
“[Juve president Andrea] Agnelli is a good friend but I can tell you that Dybala, at the moment, is not key to PSG’s future.” PSG president said as quoted by the Mirror.
PSG and Manchester United battle for Milinkovic-Savic
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic burst on to the scene last season and has emerged as one of the best-attacking midfielders in the Serie A. The Serbian international has caught the attention of many European giants who are vying for his signature.
Earlier, Juventus were seen as favourites to sign the midfielder but the Turin based club can't meet the asking price of 150 million euros. According to the Sun, Manchester United and PSG are set to battle to get their man.
PSG set asking price for Lucas Moura
Lucas Moura has struggled for playing time, this season, as he has only managed to get 72 minutes on the pitch in Ligue 1. Moura wants to move in January to revive his chances of making the Brazilian World Cup squad.
According to the Foot Mercato, PSG has set an asking price of 40 million euros for the winger. Manchester United are willing to sign the winger on an initial loan before making the move permanent in summer but PSG are not interested in a temporary deal.