PSG aiming to hijack Renato Sanches deal

As reported by Le10Sport, PSG’s new sporting director Luis Campos has designs on hijacking AC Milan’s deal to sign Lille’s Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches.

Campos initially helped sign Sanches for Lille, a move which revitalised the player’s flagging career, before LOSC won the title last season and in recent hours Campos has again made an approach to sign the 24-year-old, say the outlet, with PSG preparing to make a formal offer to Lille soon.

Despite reports Sanches could join Milan for less than €20m, PSG could yet gazump the Serie A champions and secure the player for around €30m, who could be keen to team up with fellow Ligue 1 title winner at Lille, coach Christophe Galtier, who is in talks to join PSG as their new manager. That’s despite a verbal agreement being reached on personal terms between Milan and Sanches.

Since joining LOSC from Bayern Munich in 2019 for €20m, Sanches has made 91 outings for Les Dogues, scoring seven times and adding 10 assists in all competitions while also reaching 32 caps for his country.




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