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Renato Sanches Closer To PSG Than Ever

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Renato Sanches has been one of the most sought-after midfielders in the world. The Portuguese has been in fine form for LOSC Lille this season also. He also helped Lille win the title in 2021. The 24-year-old has attracted interest from various top European clubs. Spanish Club Barcelona had the chance to sign him last summer but could not. Now French Champions Paris Saint Germain have come into the picture.

It looks like it would not take long until Sanches leaves Lille. PSG have submitted their bid for the midfielder as they look to wrap up the deal as fast as they can. French media have reported that Losc Lille will be accepting the bid by PSG in a couple of days. However, the deal was not easy to strike with AC Milan also interested in Sanches.

Renato Sanches has been on Milan’s radar for quite some time now. Milan were expecting to make sign the Midfielder this summer with their midfield issues not resolved. The 25-year-old would have been a great addition to Milan. His work rate, defensive output, and speed are some of the best aspects all other clubs look at in him. However, his salary demands were too much which Milan were not looking to pay.

PSG Looking for European Success This Season

Paris Saint Germain has been on the end of various European Humiliations. The French club have invested heavily on new players over the years with no success in Europe. This season could be the season when they finally taste Champions League glory. The likes of Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe will be looking to inspire PSG to glory this season.

New signings have arrived at the Parc De Prince. Nordi Mukiele is pretty much confirmed while Renato Sanches is also completing the last details. Vitinha has been signed and has shown his quality during the pre-season. It will be interesting to see how PSG look to capitalize on these signings and make the most of them. Galtier will be hoping that his players give their all in every match, unlike last season.

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