PSG set January offer for Juve’s defender as first target
The Paris-based club Paris Saint Germain have recognized Italian outfit Juventus' defender Mattia De Sciglio as their main target for the January window, according to Le10sport.
The 27-year-old has been linked with a transfer from the Old Lady in the wake of neglecting to bond his place in the beginning XI after the appearance of new director Maurizio Sarri in the late spring.
According to the most recent report, PSG have recognized the previous AC Milan defender their number one target who has an agreement with the Turin-based club till the late spring of 2022.
French Ligue 1 giants attempted to sign the previous AC Milan defender in the mid-year move window also yet couldn't finish the arrangement in time because of the difference in the valuation of the player.
Presently it appears that PSG are by and by assessing the probability of signing the Italy international in January.
In the summer, the agreement couldn't happen as Juve needed an expense in the area of €25 million for De Sciglio which was esteemed unnecessary by administrators of PSG and there is no motivation to accept that the Juventus will bring down their requests in the mid-season window.
In this manner, PSG's Sporting manager Leonardo Araújo is thinking about the alternative of adding one out of Layvin Kurzawa or Thomas Meunier to the offer so as to bring De Sciglio to Paris.
Nonetheless, it is accepted that regardless of whether Juve's administrators support the idea of including either player in the arrangement considering the way that they have been keen on Meunier for quite a while, almost certainly, the present Italian titleholders will in any case request a charge in the locale of €10 million.