As usual in PSG and despite a reformist speech in the highest levels of the club, the Parisian team has decided to rule out several of their homegrown players to try to sell them and balance their accounts. With more than 100 million euros invested in transfers so far this summer, the new Ligue 1 champion needs to earn money so that the Fair Play does not expose him again during this exercise.
This Wednesday, in the new sports city of Poissy, Luis Campos met with some youngsters to formally inform them that they don’t count for PSG and, furthermore, to show them the exit door. Edouard Michut, on loan at Sunderland last season, Vimoj Muntu Wa Mungu, Nehemiah Fernandez-Veliz and Moutanabi Bodiang They are the footballers who will train, starting this Thursday, separately with the group and will not travel to the tour of Japan on July 22.
To this must be added that Chadaille Bitshiabu, one of the club’s most promising defenders, will be sold to Leipzig for a figure that could reach, with bonuses included, 20 million euros. The young defender has been used by PSG to make cash and to balance accounts, a formula that the sports management has been using as it happened in their day with Nkunku or Moussa Diaby.
The sale of Bitshiabu, which will mean financial relief for PSG, joins that of Junior Dina-Ebimbe, who was transferred to Eintracht for 6.5 million euros. Although Al Khelaïfi stated a year ago, in an interview with Le Parisien, that the goal was “to make a team of players from Paris and bet more strongly on the quarry”, the reality is that the scenario remains identical to that of recent years. with all the homegrown players.
Ayman Kari, another great player project, went on loan to Lorient, as he did last season, to try to grow in view of the few opportunities he enjoyed at PSG. Except for surprise, only Warren Zaïre-Emery, a 17-year-old midfielder with enormous potential and who started against Bayern in the round of 16 of the last Champions League, will be the squad player who has a regular basis with Luis Enrique. The rest, as usual, will have to pack their bags and help PSG make cash.