As reported by Le10Sport, Lille are becoming increasingly inclined to accept PSG’s low-ball offer for their Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches.
Sanches has made his intentions of joining Paris clear to his employers, making PSG his top priority. That greatly reduces chances that another club could outbid Paris, with an offer closer to LOSC’s valuation of the player, and convince the 24-year-old to join them instead.
AC Milan had been in talks with the player for some time having agreed a €16m deal with Lille but their chances seem to have evaporated after the player agreed personal terms with Paris who are only offering a €10m fee. Lille rejected that offer earlier this week but are considering changing their minds, say the outlet. PSG have offered Sanches €6m a year in salary, trumping Milan’s offer of €4.5m.
The northern club paid Bayern Munich €20m to sign Sanches back in 2019, although he now only had one year left on his deal with LOSC but may have little option but to accept just half that amount before the end of the window.