Galtier warns PSG of missing out on their transfer targets
Galtier replaced Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain’s dugout this summer as the club tries to achieve its long-awaiting dream of winning the Champions League. However, the French manager fears missing out on targets seeing PSG in a rush to beat the transfer deadline.
Having already identified his transfer targets,Christophe Galtier
warns any further delay in bringing new players toParis Saint-Germain
could be fatal for their glory-expected season.
The Parisians boss told his press conference on Friday ahead of their Sunday Ligue 1 clash withMonaco
"Two weeks ago, I said we were expecting three new players.
"We have identified players who could really help us out. Then there is the reality of the transfer market and both the financial and commercial aspect.
"We have lots of players under contract. That is why the club is looking to the ability to loan players out to different clubs, to reduce the number of contracts at the club.
"That is the first thing. With Luis Campos, we talk every few days about the squad, but there is a time delay between the financial, commercial, and sporting sides."
Despite scoring 10 goals across two openingLigue 1
games, Galtier believes his team still needs more reinforcement.
has been strongly linked with a move for Inter defenderMilan Skriniar
We are in a rush,"
"In a week's time, we will be playing every three or four days. The schedule will be very busy. It is not easy to integrate a player when you're playing every three or four days.
"Delaying their arrival could affect our sporting plans. We don't want the squad to be the biggest possible, but with as much quality as possible. We don't want the quality to suffer."
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