PSG wants to find an agreement with Pochettino and his staff for their departures

PSG wants to find an agreement with Pochettino and his staff for their departures

PSG: the next stage of restructuring, finding an agreement with Pochettino and his staff

If PSG has not formalized anything yet, Leonardo is no longer the sporting director of the club, while Luis Campos has signed his contract as a sports adviser.

According to our information, the next official step for the French champions is to reach an agreement with Mauricio Pochettino and his staff for their departures before the arrival of the new coach.

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PSG: Icardi assures that he wants to stay this summer

Mauro Icardi is part of the list of players that PSG wants to sell this summer. But the Argentinian does not seem to hear it that way. In response, on Instagram, to an article from the Gazzetta dello Sport indicating that Paris wanted to sell him, Mauro Icardi was quite sharp with the journalist who authored the article, Alessandro Grandesso, and indicated that he intended to stay Paris.

“Where did Icardi go? A dream life, but a career in the balance. ‘Maurito’ is enjoying a great vacation with his wife in Africa while PSG try to sell him, but he earns 10 million net a year. And he comes out of a season with only 5 goals and a lot of gossip,” the article reads.

“I’m in Africa Alessandro, next year I’ll let you organize my vacation if you want. Or are these talks just bullshit like every year? When I was scoring 30 goals a season, there were the same arguments. My career in the balance? I still have two years left on my contract. It doesn’t seem as clear to me as you say with this bullshit written. At 29, don’t worry, with almost 200 goals scored, everyone tells me knows quite well. And then I decide to stay and make myself available. Thank you very much, I send you a big hug from Africa, with the gorillas, with the faithful and all my friends who have more respect than a journalist like you . Goodbye.”

PSG: Danilo Pereira “doesn’t want to leave”

On the sidelines of Portugal’s match against Switzerland (4-0) on Sunday in Lisbon, Lusitanian midfielder Danilo Pereira spoke about his future. A future he imagines in the capital: “I had a good season individually, I played a lot, almost 40 matches, he said on Sunday, quoted by L’Equipe. Collectively, we missed the Champions League. It’s a shame. But I’m happy with my record and I don’t want to leave.” Danilo Pereira is under contract with PSG until 2025.

The Monterrey Tigers want Payet

The Mexican press reports that the Monterrey Tigres are looking to bring in Dimitri Payet. The club would be confident to attract the OM player, after the transfers of André-Pierre Gignac and Florian Thauvin.

The Tigers plan to separate from Thauvin in order to offer a substantial salary to Marseille number 10. The Reunionese is under contract with OM until June 2024.

PSG: Paredes dreams of returning to Boca

Argentinian midfielder Leandro Paredes does not hide it. He plans to return to play one day at Boca Juniors, the club where he made his debut between 2010 and 2014: “I would like to come back one day, confirmed the PSG player at the microphone of TyC Sports. I said it as soon as I left.” And the 27-year-old Parisian continued: “I have a two-year contract (it expires in 2023, editor’s note). We will see what will happen. We have to take things with serenity.”

Di Maria wanted to stay at PSG

In an interview with Tyc Sports, Angel Di Maria said again that he wanted to stay at PSG next season but that the leaders did not offer him a new contract. “There are other players who will probably leave as well. My departure was the easiest because there was no need to renew me,” said the Argentine.

Diallo does not “know” if he will stay at PSG

Currently with Senegal to play qualifying matches for CAN 2023, Abdou Diallo had the opportunity to speak about his future at PSG. The defender was quite evasive: “I don’t know if I’m going to stay at PSG. What’s certain is that I want to play so we’ll see what the best option is”.

Liverpool reject Bayern’s first offer for Mané

According The Times, Liverpool have turned down an initial offer from Bayern Munich for Sadio Mané, who has one year left on his contract. The amount of this first offer? Around 24.5 million euros, excluding bonuses (4.5 million variables).

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