Mercato: PSG makes a promise, Mbappé’s successor is arriving?

Mercato: PSG makes a promise, Mbappé’s successor is arriving?
Mercato: PSG makes a promise, Mbappé’s successor is arriving?

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Mercato: PSG makes a promise, Mbappé’s successor is arriving?

Published on June 20, 2024 at 10:30 p.m.

Hungry for sport, he grew up to the sound of Formula 1 engines and the exploits of Ronaldinho. Today, with a Master’s degree in sports journalism, he no longer misses an F1 Grand Prix or a PSG match, his two passions and specialties.

Determined to find a new major offensive element to replace Kylian Mbappé, PSG is studying several options, including that of a return of Xavi Simons, loaned to RB Leipzig. The Dutch international has still not decided, but the promises made to young players in recent months could well convince him to return.

The succession of Kylian Mbappé continues to occupy the minds of Parisian decision-makers who are seeking to recruit a major offensive element to replace the future striker of the Real Madrid. With this in mind, several avenues are being studied, but the PSG could also decide to rely on Xavi Simonscurrently on loan to RB Leipzig, but who has still not decided for his future. As revealed exclusively by le10sport.com, no decision has been made at the moment and all scenarios are still possible. Moreover, according to Jonathan Johnson, the departure of Kylian Mbappé offers prospects to Xavi Simons.

Xavi Simons will benefit from Mbappé’s departure?

« From Simons’ point of view, there are arguments for and against him remaining at PSG. Indeed, I think that after Kylian Mbappé, Simons has the potential to become an interesting profile around which PSG could build its image, alongside Warren Zaire-Emery », explains the English journalist for Caught Offsidebefore adding that the new policy of PSG who has decided to focus on young players, can influence Xavi Simons.

“PSG keeps its promises”

« When we see names like Zaire-Emery or Bradley Barcola, we can only see that PSG keeps its promises. So it’s understandable that Simons is a little hesitant given his experience with PSG in the past, but I also think that PSG has a bright future and that, without Mbappé dominating the team, Simons will find it easier to come and have a share of the star power », added Jonathan Johnson.

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