New coach for Paris Saint-Germain Christoph Galtier The team is preparing for the new season, and at the same time also takes care of the team’s completion of the upcoming matches. However, it is not just about bringing in new players. The goal that is no less important than the coach is to get rid of players he will not use.
Five Paris Saint-Germain players set to leave the club
So far, the club from the French capital has said goodbye to many players. Alphonse Areola was sold to West Ham for more than nine million euros, and Marcin Boca was handed over to Nice for two million euros. Angel Di Maria (to Juventus) and Xavi Simmons (to Eindhoven Eindhoven), while Colin Dagba was loaned to Strasbourg.
Daily L’Equipe reports that five other players may join this list soon. Galter He wants them to leave the club in the coming weeks Levin KurzawaAnd the Julian DraxlerAnd the Georginio WijnaldumAnder Herrera, I Ravinia. The closest to leaving at the moment is Wijnaldum, who was asked about by Roma AS.
All five players missed the pre-season tour Paris Saint-Germain About Japan. Moreover, on Wednesday morning, the Parisians began their preparations at the training center “Camp de Loge” and none of them came to class. This may mean that players have to look for new clubs.
You will earn PSG from sales
Wijnaldum, Draxler, Kurzawa and Herrera contracts are valid until 2024, so PSG will be able to count on profits after they are sold. Rafinha’s contract is valid until next year. Therefore, they will not be handed over for free, as was the case with Angela Di Maria.
During the pre-season tour of Japan, PSG played three matches and scored three wins. Christophe Galtier’s team beat Kawasaki Frontale 2-1, 3-0 over Urawa Red Diamonds and 6-2 over Gamba Osaka.
Paris Saint-Germain will start the new season next Sunday when they play against Nantes Super Cup France. In a week, the new season will start French League 1. The Parisians will open the match from away against Clermont.
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