PSG is looking for a holder for next season at the right back position. With several names in mind, including that of Serge Aurier.
Even if PSG still have goals in this last month of competition, elimination in the Champions League in the semi-finals against Manchester City should accelerate the files opened by management for next season. With one priority: the recruitment of a right-back. Alessandro Florenzi (30), who arrived last September from AS Roma, has not convinced this season despite a low purchase option estimated at 8 million euros.
Competition from Milan and Atlético
PSG have yet to make a final decision on the Italian’s future, especially if Colin Dagba leaves, but the trend remains negative. Paris is therefore in search of a holder for next season. With several names in mind, including that of Serge Aurier, as indicated by Le Parisien. Despite his 26 games played with Tottenham this season, in all competitions, the 28-year-old Ivorian international (66 caps) has an exit voucher for this summer against a check estimated at 10 million euros.
Last October, AC Milan and Spartak Moscow showed interest in the defender, before he decided to stay in England. The prospect of returning to Paris, where he played between 2014 and 2017, is a game-changer. Fan of the club of the capital, Aurier is not insensitive to the Parisian interest. But PSG are not the only club in the ranks. AC Milan is still there, as is Atlético if the Englishman Kieran Trippier leaves.