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PSG could sell Carlos Soler who has been linked with Arsenal

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Reports suggest that PSG are looking to cash in by selling Carlos Soler who is also linked with Arsenal. During the summer Carlos Soler was one of the three midfielders who made the move to PSG. Along with the others being Vitinha and Renato Sanches. While Vitinha has been a regular starter at the Parc des Princes. And Sanches is improving his game time after returning from injury. It is only Soler who is still looking to impress the PSG manager. The 25-year-old midfield have made five starts and seven substitutes for the French side. With him only scoring three goals and contributing one assist. He was even selected for the Spanish international squad. The player even managed to score a goal in their World Cup match against Croatia.

PSG looking to sell Soler who is also linked with Arsenal

Even with this performance, it is reported that PSG are planning to sell the Spanish player to boost their position at FFP. PSG were able to sign Soler for €20m in the summer. Furthermore the French side might be willing to do business for a similar fee. This development might gain some interest from Premier League giants Arsenal. The Gunners have showed their interest in the player for quite some time now. They are also currently sitting at the top of the League. Therefore the Gunners are expected to have an active transfer window this January. The Gunners will especially be looking for potential midfielders to replace Thomas Partey who is often times injured. It is quite obvious that a center midfielder is a top priority for Arteta.

However, any move will have to wait until summer as the player have already represented two clubs this season. Although the players were allowed to represent three clubs during the Covid period, but that temporary rule has since been changed back to its original one.

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