three surprising scorers to replace Mbappé?

three surprising scorers to replace Mbappé?
three surprising scorers to replace Mbappé?

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After seven seasons of counting on its goals scored in spades, PSG will have to learn to do without Kylian Mbappé. The Parisian striker has decided not to extend his contract and to experience a new adventure with Real Madrid. Obviously, this places PSG faced with a thorny question. How to replace Mbappé, particularly given his enormous statistical impact? Bringing in a scorer does not look like it will be easy for the Parisian management, even if they already have two potential ones with Gonçalo Ramos and Kolo Muani.

The data recommends Gabriel Jesus, Vangelis Pavlidis and Openda

However, this does not prevent rumors from spreading, notably with the Victor Osimhen track which comes up regularly. However, the Spanish daily AS offers other alternatives based on… data. According to figures provided by BeSoccer, three profiles would be suitable for PSG to compensate for the departure of Kylian Mbappé. Gabriel Jesus, with 71% similarity with Mbappé, would be the most suitable replacement. But while Arsenal should not easily let go of their Brazilian, the data offers two less flashy profiles: Vangelis Pavlidis who scored 28 goals this season with AZ Alkmaar and the former Lens scorer, Loïs Openda, whose exile in Leipzig has been brilliant with 24 goals in 34 games this season. Will Luis Campos be sensitive to these recommendations?

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To sum up

While Kylian Mbappé will leave PSG, depriving the capital club of a host of goals, three surprising names are being mentioned to replace him. Indeed, the data puts three profiles in the spotlight to compensate for its absence.

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