Mbappé – PSG: A big operation will revive his succession?

Mbappé – PSG: A big operation will revive his succession?
Mbappé – PSG: A big operation will revive his succession?

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Mbappé – PSG: A big operation will revive his succession?

Published on May 7, 2024 at 1:45 a.m.

After Neymar and Lionel Messi, PSG will lose Kylian Mbappé this summer. The 25-year-old star does not wish to extend his contract and will therefore leave free at the end of the season. The capital club is reportedly considering Victor Osimhen to replace him. But Chelsea, who also covet the Nigerian striker, are preparing a big operation to convince Naples.

The end of the series is fast approaching. After being talked about for many months, Kylian Mbappé ended up giving his answer to PSG. The 25-year-old star let people know Red and blue that she did not intend to extend her contract which expires at the end of the season. The captain of theFrench team will therefore go free this summer.

PSG still has Osimhen in its sights

THE PSG would then have started looking for his successor in the transfer window. Several names have come up in recent weeks, including that of Victor Osimhen. Already in the sights of Luis Campos last summer as Le10Sport.com revealed to you exclusively, the Nigerian striker would still please the resident of the League 1 to replace Kylian Mbappé. But a big operation could restart everything in this file.

Chelsea are preparing a big operation

As reported Caught Offside, Chelsea would consider including Romelu Lukaku in the transaction for Victor Osimhen. THE Blues would hope that the Belgian striker will help simplify the operation for the striker Naples. Romelu Lukaku is estimated at around €35M. Chelsea would therefore have planned to drop a nice extra transfer fee to convince the Azzurri. To be continued…

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