FCM invites you to follow the transfer window of the competitors of Olympique de Marseille (LOSC, Stade Rennais, Lyon, AS Monaco, OGC Nice…) Still fighting to recover Renato Sanches, AC Milan and PSG should soon have the end of story! The transfer window in Ligue 1 is in slow motion after almost 10 days! In any case, the rumors continue in the media and on social networks. For the past few days, the departure of Renato Sanches from LOSC has been more than topical. The Portuguese would be between PSG and AC Milan according to several media… Le Parisien informs us that the midfielder has decided and would rather think of staying in France and therefore joining Paris! His former coach in Lille, Christophe Galtier should also occupy the bench of the Capital and facilitate his integration. However, it remains to agree on the amount of this transfer. For everything to be as clear as possible, Renato Sanches, through his agent Jorge Mendes, would have declined the offer of Milan in order to focus on his arrival in Paris. The LOSC is active on the departures For the deal to be made, the LOSC would be very greedy and would claim 30 million euros according to Le Parisien. PSG only offer 10 at the moment. The Ile-de-France media explains that the Parisians are not in a hurry in this file. Luis Campos would even be ready to wait for the end of his contract in June 2023 in order to recover it at that time. A 3-year contract would await him if he agrees to join PSG… LOSC seem to be busy with departures, in particular that of Sven Botman to Newcastle. READ ALSO: Mercato: A free Algerian offered to OM by Djellit! For the Dutchman, the Lille club has recovered 37 million euros… The coffers are likely to be well filled at the Mastiffs before starting recruitment and strengthening for the coming season… Lille could be one hell of a competitor for a place on the podium. Paulo Fonseca should recover the bench after the Gourvennec failure. 🔵 INFO THE PARISIAN | Renato Sanches said yes to PSG Paris has made an offer of 10 million euros to buy out his last year of contract, according to our information #mercato #mercatopsg https://t.co/jCrk1OwcnN – Le Parisien | PSG (@le_Parisien_PSG) June 28, 2022
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