Paris Saint-Germain is in talks to sign exceptionally rated Porto left-back Alex Telles, Goal can affirm, with French champions moving to make sure about the 27-year-old ‘s benefits as he edges nearer to his present contract’s final year.
Ongoing reports proposed that an agreement of € 25 million (£22m/$27 m) had been reached between the two European sides, however, details remain to be resolved before Telles can anticipate arranging at Parc des Princes alongside individual Brazilians Marquinhos and Neymar. Contrary to reports, an agreement has not yet been finished up, although talks between the two European heavyweights appear to advance well.
To be sure, for the past couple of days, brandishing director Leonardo has been secured negotiations with the player’s entourage, however, both Telles and his club despite everything have to reach full agreement with the side of Thomas Tuchel.
PSG has been keeping watch for quite a while for an accomplished full-back, however now they have to face the fact that Layvin Kurzawa will leave the club as a free agent this summer, having failed to reach terms on augmentation in the French capital.
Last summer, Kurzawa was connected to a transition to Juventus, although sooner or later Inter, Barcelona, and Arsenal were all credited with an intrigue.
Another of Thomas Meunier’s PSG-wide defenders will also head out of the leave entryway at the finish of June. And while youthful Colin Dagba may fill in for the present moment, on the right-hand side, Les Parisiens are also on the market for additional spread.
Meunier, an international Belgium, has as of late been connected to a transition to Liverpool, while Tottenham and many other top clubs across Europe are said to have tracked his situation.
Any place Meunier and Kurzawa end up, both full-backs will be a great value for their particular clubs because not many sides will have the option to demand exorbitant transfer expenses for separate signatures because of the progressing coronavirus pandemic’s negative financial impacts.
Earlier in May, PSG has delegated Ligue 1 champions, with the French government choosing to curtail the season trying to decrease the Covid-19 spread – something that hasn’t worked out positively for many of the league’s clubs.