Lee Kang-in, 22-Mallorca, is just the beginning. Paris Saint-Germain are set to go on a signing spree this summer. Having already confirmed the signing of Milan Škriniar (28, Inter Milan), the club is looking to add Manuel Ugarte (22, Sporting CP) and Marco Asensio (27, Real Madrid).
European soccer transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano said on Thursday (June 14) on social media, “Paris Saint-Germain will sign Schickriniar. They already signed an agreement in January, and he will be officially registered as a player on July 1.” “The contract is for four years, until June 2027,” he said.
Prior to this, Romano announced on social media that “Paris Saint-Germain is signing Asensio as a free agent. A verbal agreement has been signed. The contract runs until June 2027.” “We will also sign Ugarte. The transfer fee will be 60 million euros ($82.5 billion won).” 메이저놀이터
Paris Saint-Germain is set to undergo a major overhaul this summer. Lionel Messi, 35, and Sergio Ramos, 37, have already been confirmed to leave the club when their contracts expire. In addition, Neymar (31) has been linked with a move away, and Kylian Mbappe (24) has only one year left on his current contract, and there are speculations that he could be on his way out.
Paris Saint-Germain, who are naturally in the midst of a ‘rebuilding’ period, are set to make a ‘storming signing’ in the summer transfer window. The club will be looking to bolster positions of weakness, with the likes of Shkreliar, Asensio, Lee Kang-in, and Ugarte among the top names. In particular, there are speculations that the club could spend an astronomical amount of money to win another UEFA Champions League (UCL) title.
In fact, Paris Saint-Germain are currently targeting Luca Hernandez (27-Bayern Munich), Marcus Thurand (25-Borussia Mönchengladbach), and Wilfried Zaha (30-Crystal Palace). More recently, reports have surfaced that the club is sending a ‘love letter’ to Kim Min-Jae (26-Napoli).
The club will also be looking for a new coach at the same time. Christophe Galtier (56, France), who was appointed last year, is virtually certain to leave after just one year. Julian Nagelsmann (35-Germany) is currently the favorite to take over.