After the departure of Pablo Sarabia direction the wolvesthe PSG looking for a replacement. And, against all odds, this one could well be called Rayan Cherki.
There is only one week left before the winter transfer window closes. the PSGwho gave in Pablo Sarabia at Wolverhampton for an estimated sum of 5 million euros excluding bonuses, should be active during this short period of time. Initially, several sources also reported the red and blue desire to enlist a pivot-type centre-forward. However, this day, it is a completely different track, and a completely different profile, which is evoked by The Team and RMC.
Rayan Cherki, the new priority of PSG
Indeed, this Wednesday morning, the sports daily explains to us that the PSG has set its sights on Rayan Cherkithe twirling winger of theOlympique Lyonnais 19 years old. A few days ago, this same source told us that the Parisian board was finally looking for an offensive player who could play on the right lane and enter on his left foot. And this player would be none other than the tricolor hope. In this sense, the PSG would therefore have multiplied the exchanges with his French counterpart in recent days in order to find possible common ground. At 18 months from the end of his contract, the player could leave his training club this winter and theOL would therefore not necessarily be reluctant to this idea. Still, the operation would not look easy to complete. While an envelope of 10 to 15 million euros was announced for the recruitment of the capital club this winter, The Team tells us that it could be revised upwards to attract Rayan Cherki during this month of January. The goal will now be to convince the Rhone team to get rid of its young shoot at a reasonable price.
information corroborated by RMC in stride. The media states that Rayan Cherki is indeed the priority of the PSG to replace Pablo Sarabia. Even better, a first proposal would have already been formulated, even if RMC does not disclose its amount. For its part, as revealed by The TeamI’Olympique Lyonnais would not necessarily be closed to the idea of selling his player in the days to come. The talks should therefore continue. To be continued…