Saber Desfarges is reporting that PSG’s infamous list of undesirables got longer yesterday, and it will continue to do so as the transfer window progresses.
As reported by L’Équipe and Le Parisien, German international Thilo Kehrer (25) is the latest player to be added to the list of undesirables and the German international centre-back trained with a group largely composed of youth players.
That move follows the arrival of Nordi Mukiele (24) from Red Bull Leipzig. The extension of the list of undesirables, according to Desfarges, will extend according to the arrivals at the club. The arrival testament aligning with the sidelining of Kehrer is testament to that.
PSG are acting in an “uncompromising, even harsh way with the players that they want to see leave.” According to L’Équipe, the departures of Leandro Paredes (28) and Danilo Pereira (30) are linked to incomings at the Parc des Princes and the same goes for Abdou Diallo (26), Idrissa Gana Gueye (32) and Mauro Icardi (29), none of whom would have joined the squad’s tour of Japan if the arrivals of Milan Skriniar (27), Gianluca Scamacca (23) and Renato Sanches (24) had been completed.
With more arrivals expected at PSG before the end of the transfer window, that list of undesirables, which already includes over 10 players, will only extend further. Desfarges says the identities of more undesirable players will be known when PSG announce their group for the Trophée des Champions, which takes place in Tel Aviv on Sunday.