Navas, Kurzawa, Paredes, Gueye … PSG are still waiting for departures to complete their transfer window

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Navas, Kurzawa, Paredes, Gueye … PSG are still waiting for departures to complete their transfer window

At PSG. the afternoon training group, away from the sessions led by Christophe Galtier, is still well stocked. The rate of departures is not high enough for Luis Campos, the club’s football adviser, and the French coach, who are getting impatient and putting pressure on Antero Henrique, in charge of the file while they are still waiting for a central defender , a midfielder and a striker. They will always be able to hold on to some good news.

While his name had hardly ever appeared in rumors in recent weeks, Layvin Kurzawa has seen interest from Fulham (Premier League) as announced by the London Evening Standard and confirmed by L’Équipe.

The Cottagers have not yet made an offer for the left-back who is not inclined to make huge financial efforts to help Paris Saint-Germain and favor a departure. A loan, with support for part of the Frenchman’s salary, could be considered in the last days of the transfer window.

Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier more and more annoyed

The hottest starts remain the same for the past few days. Negotiations continue for Keylor Navas in Naples (his injury does not call into question), Leandro Paredes at Juventus, Ander Herrera at Bilbao. But like Kurzawa, Herrera is unwilling to leave the majority of his wages in Paris and talks are set to resume for Idrissa Gueye at Everton after a few days of silence.

This is not the case for Julian Draxler and Rafinha (who will not go to Al-Arabi, Qatar) whose expressions of interest are only at the embryo stage. Among young professionals, Djeidi Gassama (18) will be extended, before a loan to Cercle Brugge, FC Basel or Almeria.

Even if Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier are more and more annoyed, Antero Henrique continues to display at times a form of firmness in the negotiations which is not understood.

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