Renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano has reportedly confirmed that PSG will allow one of their star players to leave during the upcoming summer transfer window . Chelsea to swoop on a PSG player in an attempt to secure their signature. Chelsea is one of the two clubs that have initiated discussions regarding a potential move for the player.
Chelsea’s plans this summer
Chelsea’s plans for the summer transfer window will heavily rely on their ability to offload players in terms of both quantity and quality. How effectively Chelsea can trim their squad and create room for new signings will determine the success of their transfer activity.
Chelsea plans to bring down the size of their squad . Some of these players are Conor Gallagher, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Edouard Mendy, Hakim Ziyech . They must complete this task before June 30 . That particular date represents the deadline for submitting the club’s financial accounts for the 2022/23 season . Any sales that occur after that date will be accounted for in the financial records of the 2023/24 season . This deadline creates a time constraint for the club to finalise their sales
Multiple reports strongly link PSG’s Leandro Paredes as a potential midfield addition.. Pochettino , Chelsea’s new manager has taken up his duties even before he has been officially appointed . He wishes to bring in the 28-year-old central midfielder . Pochettino is familiar with him as he was in charge of Paris between 2021-22.
Chelsea to swoop on PSG player
Currently Paredes and Angel Di Maria were loaned to Juventus . Paredes has one year left with Paris while Di Maria will become a free agent this summer . Fabrizio Romano said
” Paredes will return to PSG but he will be allowed to leave, he’s on the market.”
This further increases the chances for Chelsea to acquire the young talent . According to Goal, Chelsea and Atletico Madrid have reached out to Paredes’ representatives to gauge the possibility of a summer transfer. The reports do not mention any specific transfer fee involved in the potential move.