Theo Hernandez has been announced as the next priority transfer by PSG. The left-back is coming out of an excellent season with AC Milan in Serie A. This is not the first time that Leonardo Nascimento tries to attract Theo Hernandez to PSG. Already last summer, he exchanged with the player’s agents.
However, AC Milan has not yet received any offer from the Parisian club. In addition, Paolo Maldini may not have the intention to let Theo Hernandez go. Currently, AC Milan is asking for about €40 million for the transfer.
So to say, if Leonardo wants to conclude at least an agreement in principle between AC Milan and PSG he should be ready to pay. PSG would have already taken the trouble to communicate an oral and therefore not concrete offer to the leaders of AC Milan.
The price of the 23-year-old Frenchman is therefore fixed. It remains to be seen if PSG will accept to make such an investment in these times of economic crisis due to COVID-19.
Why does PSG want Theo Hernandez? :
After a very mixed season, PSG is aware that it must make changes. The Parisian club intends to seize the opportunity of the summer Mercato to review its team and its strategy. Thus, PSG is looking for a starting right-back, a defensive midfielder, and a substitute left-back. On the right side, it is Achraf Hakimi who is in the sights of Leonardo and Mauricio Pochettino. It would take at least 50 million to get the signature of the former Real Madrid player.
In the middle, PSG hopes to count on Eduardo Camavinga. However, this one has already many big clubs in Europe and England that are interested in him. Moreover, his price could be a problem. Rennes claims a transfer value between €80 and €100 million.
As for the left side, Theo Hernandez has been noticed a lot during this season. The 23-year-old is under contract with AC Milan until 2024. This season he has scored eight goals and made 8 assists in 45 games played. Today he has great chances to integrate a good place in the team of PSG.
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