PSG transfer news: Parisians enter the race to sign Sanchez, Dybala to replace Neymar and more, 22nd December 2017
PSG willing to sell Cavani for Sanchez
Manchester City was constantly linked to Sanchez throughout the summer transfer window. Arsenal managed to keep hold of the Chilean winger in the summer but his future is still in the air as he has only got 6 months left on his contract.
According to the Express, PSG have shown their interest in recruiting the Arsenal star man in the January window and are ready to sell Edinson Cavani to make a room for him. Sanchez wants to move to the Etihad but PSG are hopeful that move can be made.
Milinkovic-Savic a target
This summer, PSG proved that they are not shy about spending big to get their desired targets. They signed Neymar for a world record transfer fee, in the same window Paris based club signed Mbappe from league rivals Monaco on an initial loan deal with an option to buy for £166 million.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, PSG is willing to make Milinkovic-Savic the third most expensive player in history next summer. PSG is willing to offer £150 million for the services of the Lazio midfielder whose value threatens to increase after the World Cup.
Dybala to replace Neymar at PSG?
Real Madrid have been linked with Neymar for a long time. Real Madrid president Florentina Perez said that Neymar has more chance of winning trophies at Madrid than Paris.
According to Corriere della Serra, Real Madrid is set to get their man and PSG have already lined a replacement for him in the form of Dybala. According to reports, PSG met Dybala, his brother, and his agent recently to discuss the transfer. Dybala's elder brother assured the club that his brother would be willing to join to move to Paris from Turin.
Lucas Moura willing to stay in Paris
Since the arrival of Mbappe and Neymar in Paris, Lucas Moura has found it tough to get first-team opportunities. The Brazilian is on exceptional wages in Paris and doesn't seem to be minding sitting on the bench.
According to Le Parisien, Real Betis enquired about the availability of the Brazilian but Moura rebuffed their interest. It is learned that Moura is loving life in Paris and he would enjoy sitting in the stands for rest of the season as he is on high wages.