Federico Chiesa, Psg resurfaces
Psg on Federico Chiesa
Federico Chiesa is back in Psg’s crosshairs.
With Neymar now virtually a player of Al-Hilal, the Parisians according to Sportmediaset are about to kick off their search for a new left winger. Campos, Al-Khelaifi’s advisor, may soon return to the charge at the Bianconeri after having probed, for several weeks as well, Dusan Vlahovic: for the Piedmontese, as repeatedly reiterated, there is no such thing as an incedible. It will depend on the offers: Giuntoli is unlikely to deprive himself of the former Fiorentina player for less than 50-60 million euros. The next few days will prove crucial: what is definitely tempting is the double-digit salary that the Qatari property can put on the plate for the fantasist on the national team’s tour. Something unattainable for Juventus.
Possible return to the Premier League meanwhile for Romelu Lukaku. Tottenham and Chelsea have started negotiations for the Belgian striker’s transfer to Spurs. According to rumors reported by English tabloids, Lukaku, who is currently out of the Blues’ squad, is first on the list of possible replacements for Harry Kane, who moved to Bayern Munich for more than 110 million euros only a few days ago at the end of a long telenovela.
The Belgian striker could thus try to relaunch himself in the Premier League: the cost of the player’s card is affordable for Spurs (45 million euros), and the salary received would be higher than what he would take at Juventus. The two clubs are in contact and the first offer would have already arrived. It is precisely the Bianconeri who are interestedly observing the situation of Big Rom: Giuntoli and Manna have not abandoned contact with Chelsea at all, but the negotiation for the exchange with Vlahovic is currently stalled on the economic quid pro quo that the English would have to pay to the Torinese in addition to Lukaku’s card. The alternative for Lukaku remains Saudi Arabia, but the former Inter Milan player has repeatedly maintained his intention to continue playing in Europe.