Despite being in a lot of debt and violating financial fair play rules, PSG is still looking to strengthen its squad, and not just with any signings, but with big-money ones.
If Kylian Mbappé leaves Paris Saint-Germain, the club will be left with a sum of around 80 million euros, which could be used to sign other players.
That’s why they’re keeping an eye on Erling Haaland and Victor Osimhen, but they’re also considering signing Joshua Kimmich, the Bayern Munich midfielder. Kimmich’s contract expires on January 30, 2025, but he wouldn’t mind leaving the club this year.
That’s according to journalist Florian Plettenberg, who reported that PSG is interested in signing the player, but they haven’t had any talks yet. Other clubs are also keeping an eye on his situation.
A big deal
Signing Kimmich would not be a cheap transfer, but the Parisian club could be close to freeing up a lot of salary space and having enough money to sign him and offer him a big salary.
On the other hand, Bayern is not in a strong position in the negotiations, because it could lose the player as a free agent in 2025. It would be more beneficial to sell him. However, they will try to renew his contract.