The first questions about the PSG winter transfer market relate to departures.
Players with minimal game time in which Thomas Tuchel no longer believes may be tempted to look elsewhere. This is particularly the case with Layvin Kurzawa. But now there is a thornier-than-expected issue, the one that leads to Leandro Paredes. The Argentine was until a few weeks ago seen as a major failure at 47 ME. But, acting in the last training sessions, he took advantage of Gueye and Verratti’s absences to gain game time, and even to chain the mandate. Not necessarily enough to change his mood, the one he plans to look elsewhere in January, for fear of returning to the bench when the headlines have returned. And Christophe Dugarry is going in his direction, the RMC consultant ensuring that the old Zenith St. Petersburg would not alter the hierarchy despite his good performances.
« Paredes, future headline in Paris? No, I don’t think so. But I’m delighted to see what the boy shows us qualities. I’m often too much of a player who doesn’t advance. But what he’s done in the last few games is fine, well done. Against ASSE, it is difficult to judge because Paris was in numerical superiority. But in some games I was doing everything backwards, I was making the wrong decisions, etc., so there’s no progression. However, it enters third or fourth position in the middle behind Marquinhos, Verratti and Gueye in my opinion. I think it starts too late in the race to be a starter, but it can be a good solution by the end of the match, with a particular good shot “, delivered, in reports from Footradio.com, the 1998 world champion who facilitates Leonardo’s work, not really a Paredes fan and who seeks to fit him into the market.