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PSG: "Listening" to Navas, Cherki, "need on the offensive plan" ... Galtier's point on the transfer window

2023-01-27T14:57:48.648Z


The Parisian coach was questioned on the transfer market this Friday, at a press conference, two days before the match against Reims, at the Parc, in L1.


In Paris as elsewhere, it is the last straight line before the end of the transfer window on Tuesday.

And the rumors keep piling up.

We are talking in particular about an interest from the capital club, faced with a daunting schedule, for Rayan Cherki, the young (19) OL striker, of whom Jean-Michel Aulas swears that there is no question of departure this winter.

In the meantime, Paris "

has a need on an offensive level

" after the departure of Pablo Sarabia in England, as Christophe Galtier acknowledged this Friday, at a press conference, two days before PSG-Reims (Sunday at 8:45 p.m.) on behalf of the 20th day of Ligue 1. “

We had a start in this sector, it would be good if we could compensate for

it”, specified the Parisian coach, relaunched on a prioritization of

It must be said that the back line is not very supplied, especially while waiting for the returns of Presnel Kimpembe and Nordi Mukiele.

Already targeted last summer, Milan Skriniar (Inter), whose contract ends in June, is again at the heart of Parisian concerns according to multiple sources.

And this even if Galtier recently explained that the Slovak is no longer a priority knowing that an arrival in defense would have the consequence of "

blocking space

" for 17-year-old titi El Chadaille Bitshiabu, who "

has enormous potential

" .

Asked directly about Cherki, Galtier made a broader point: “

Without making a fuss, we are in the transfer window, a lot of things are said and written, I hear, there is a lot of information and misinformation.

These questions are in the hands of the president (Al-Khekaïfi) and Luis Campos.

I'm focused on the upcoming match and the series of matches, and it's not to play the language of wood.

If there is a departure, we want to compensate for it, I have already said it with candor and honesty.

There was a start on the right side in attack, we are looking for a player in this position.

We'll see if it's so-and-so or so… or nobody, we don't know.

I have a lot of work to do with the upcoming matches, it's the president and Luis Campos who are working on it

”.

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In the sense of departures, we are talking about a loan from the young (18) Ayman Kari (Lorient?), But there is also and above all the Keylor Navas case.

Under contract until 2024 and relegated to the rank of understudy for Gigio Donnarumma since the start of the season, the 36-year-old Costa Rican international goalkeeper is announced close to Nottingham Forest.

In any case, he would have given his agreement to the English club according to

L'Équipe

, and the two clubs are now discussing.

It is about a loan.

A priori, Paris-SG will not block the triple European champion with Real, he who was once courted in Saudi Arabia.

He's a great competitor, he's been exemplary at work since the start of the season.

He was designated number 1 for the Coupe de France and I have complete confidence in him.

Afterwards, there is also what he feels.

The sports management and the president are very attentive to what Keylor may wish to do.

We will see the reality of the workforce at the end of the transfer window, but because of the good man he is and his career, we must respect him and listen to him.

No decision has been made as to its future today, we will see at the end of the transfer window

”, slips “Galette”, which will still be in uncertainty for four days before the market closes.

Source: lefigaro

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