LOSC - Mercato: Renato Sanches already has his head in Paris

LOSC – Mercato: Renato Sanches already has his head in Paris

The Portuguese has decided: he wants to join Luis Campos at PSG. But the offer available to LOSC is Milanese…



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The Lille soap opera for the next few days should concern Renato Sanches. This weekend, the midfielder rested after undergoing wisdom teeth surgery. To respect his contract, he could make a detour to Luchin. But if his legs are in Camphin-en-Pévèle at the start of the week, his head will indeed be in Paris.

The 24-year-old Portuguese international now wants to join PSG and turn his back on AC Milan, which made him soft eyes for more than six months. The subject was discussed at Paulo Fonseca’s presentation press conferenceThursday.

Today, we have no contact with PSG. We’ve seen a lot of rumors about offers, but we haven’t received any offers from PSGsaid Olivier Létang. Other clubs are interested, in particular a very fine European club which has already made offers to us. This is the situation regarding Renato. And she was the same this Sunday afternoon.

PSG will go on the offensive

The CEO of LOSC logically defends the interests of his club, especially since AC Milan offers him a sum approaching 15 million euros and he maintains very strong relations with Paolo Maldini, the technical director of the Rossoneri. And incidentally, Sanches would not strengthen another Ligue 1 club.

But the player’s motivation and stubbornness should logically have the last word. The Golden Boy 2016 is excited about the Parisian project, as one of his relatives told us again this Sunday. In the coming days, the PSG of Luis Campos will go on the offensive. He knows the price.





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