According to Todofichajes, PSG acknowledges that they made a mistake with the signing of Ousmane Dembélé. Regardless of whether he can be of use to Luis Enrique or another coach, the idea is to end a relationship that was broken from the very beginning.
The winger doesn’t fit in and, what’s worse, his performance has been quite disappointing so far this season. With the aim of recouping some of the investment made in his signing from Barcelona (€50M), the idea of the Parisian club, which has been communicated to the player’s agent, Moussa Sissoko, is that it would be best for all parties involved to find a new destination for the French attacker in the upcoming January transfer window.
Several Premier League clubs are interested in acquiring the French international, especially if it’s a simple loan without an option to buy later on.
Liverpool, United, Aston Villa, and Newcastle are among the clubs interested in the French footballer, who, after shining at Dortmund, has failed to regain his best form, neither at Barcelona nor now at PSG, except for a few isolated matches and moments. It seems that just six months after his arrival in Paris, another change of scenery is on the horizon for Dembélé.