Paris Saint-Germain entered the transfer window looking to bolster their midfield despite Vitinha and Renato Sanches already showing up. Christian Pulisic and Raheem Sterling are now competing with each other for a similar place in the starting 11; since Sterling is the new addition to the team, he need not worry much. But we should expect Chelsea to make some big moves towards the end of the summer transfer window to bolster Chelsea‘s attack further as they have been displaying some sloppy performances up front. Chelsea will soon make an initial offer to Barcelona for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to Fabrizio Romano’s report, as the 33-year-old is a top target in the final days of the summer transfer window. Manager Thomas Tuchel desperately needs an attack boost before the September 1 deadline, and negotiations with Barcelona for striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are ongoing. Chelsea midfielder Ngolo Kante has just a year left on his contract with Chelsea, and there have been questions about the 31-year-old’s future.
Thomas Tuchel wants Chelsea midfielder Angolo Kante to stay at Stamford Bridge beyond 2023 but has indicated that injury problems and his age will be considered when determining the length and size of a proposed contract. By January, they could start discussing transfers with overseas clubs if Chelsea disagrees on a new Kante deal. Paris Saint-Germain is a longtime fan of Chelsea midfielder Ngolo Kante and tried to report him in 2018 when he ultimately announced a five-year extension with Chelsea as a replacement.
Bakayoko, 28, is on loan for two years at Milan with the option of a permanent signing in 2023 but could be tempted to return to England even if Bakayoko’s career at Stamford Bridge does not go as planned. Paris Saint-Germain has also been linked with Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva, but Pep Guardiola insisted the Portuguese international would not leave Etihad. There are only a few days left in the summer transfer window, and starting in January, Kante will be qualified to hold pre-contract discussions with overseas teams. This gives PSG a short window of time to decide before taking a chance that the France international won’t sign an extension before the winter.
Soler will likely become PSG’s sixth acquisition in the summer transfer window. He will finish his medical on Wednesday and accept a five-year deal in Paris. Another signing may occur shortly after Soler arrives. Fabian Ruiz, a midfielder with Napoli, will reportedly have his PSG physical. The French club is still interested in bringing in a centre back before the deadline. The player advanced through the Valencia levels but is now beginning his journey outside of Spain with a squad packed with superstars. He will have to compete to start and win a spot in Luis Enrique’s World Cup team in Qatar.