PSG monitoring Benfica’s Cher Ndour

According to Fabrizio RomanoParis Saint-Germain are monitoring Benfica midfielder Cher Ndour (18), who made his first-team debut this month.

As reported by L’Équipe last week, PSG are on the hunt for young talent. Luís Campos has turned his focus towards signing high-potential youngsters in recent weeks, and one of the profiles appreciated is Croatian defender Luka Vušković (16). Despite not yet being a household name, competition for his signature is fierce, and PSG are the latest club to begin negotiations over a transfer.

The Croatian U17 international is already the subject of an offer from Premier League champions Manchester City. According to L’Équipe, the Premier League club have already offered €12m, bonuses included for Vušković. Les Parisiens are also very interested in the player, and would be willing to loan him back to his current club, Hadjuk Split, for a further year. 

However, Vušković isn’t the only young player of interest to Campos. According to Romano, Ndour is also being monitored by Les Parisiens. The Benfica forward is yet to feature in the first team, but has five caps for Italy’s U20 side, with whom he has scored one goal. 

The Italian midfielder has just broken into the first team. and made his Benfica debut against Vitoria Guimarães earlier in March. 

GFFN | Luke Entwistle 

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