Mercato: Bruno Guimarães has other priorities than PSG

Mercato: Bruno Guimarães has other priorities than PSG
Mercato: Bruno Guimarães has other priorities than PSG

Regularly announced in the sights of PSG but also of several big European teams, the Brazilian midfielder of Newcastle Bruno Guimarães would not make the capital club his priority at all. According to the Brazilian press, the 26-year-old player is instead looking to stay in the English championship.

While PSG is looking for a midfielder capable of playing in front of the defense but with a creative touch, many Parisian supporters dream of seeing the capital club suffer Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimarães. An elite midfielder, but one that is also very expensive, as the Brazilian press points out: he benefits from a release clause valid from May 24 to June 24 in the amount of £100 million, or approximately €115 million. It is certainly payable in three transfers of nearly €40M spread over three years, but remains colossal.

But the Newcastle midfielder is still in the north of England, where he says he is happy and is under contract until 2028, and the capital club seems to be coming a long way in this matter. The Brazilian press revealed contacts between PSG and Bruno Guimarães last winter, it has recently been raising this issue again and the echoes are not really in favor of the capital club.

According to the media UOL, the Brazilian midfielder does not make PSG his priority at all and on the contrary he is more interested in a transfer to a big Premier League club. The British press explained it a few weeks ago, Manchester City and Arsenal are very interested in his profile and the Newcastle midfielder therefore has a real chance of being able to join them knowing that they have also made his number 1 choice. City has the financial resources while Arsenal would only see themselves acting in the event of a negotiated transfer.

A sign of the distance to be filled that PSG has in this matter, UOL does not even mention the capital club in the list of possible destinations for Bruno and several sources recently mentioned the fact that the capital club is not at all in the running in this matter. Ben Jacobs, an Anglo-Saxon journalist close to the Parisian management, assures for example that PSG is even out of the race in the middle of 26 years.

UOL, for its part, also explains that the two Spanish giants, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, ​​on the other hand, abandoned the idea of ​​signing Guimarães during the summer despite contacts in recent years. If PSG really wanted to afford the Brazilian during the coming summer, the competition would have to come down to English clubs, which is not necessarily very positive news for the capital club.

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