PSG eye english wonderkid Levi Colwill as Milan Skriniar replacement

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly considering a move for Chelsea defender Levi Colwill as a potential replacement for Milan Skriniar.

Skriniar’s future at the Parc des Princes is uncertain, with the Slovakian center-back struggling to regain his starting spot following an ankle injury in January. Additionally, his performances have reportedly failed to impress the coaching staff.

As a result, PSG sporting director Luis Campos is reportedly on the lookout for a new defender, with a focus on finding a player who can start “the most important matches.” Skriniar, despite having a contract until June 2028, could be set for an exit.

According to L’Equipe, PSG are in a battle with Liverpool for the signature of Colwill. The 21-year-old is a versatile defender who is considered a promising prospect, but he is currently sidelined with an injury.

Chelsea’s financial constraints due to English fair play regulations could force them to sell a key player to raise funds. PSG are reportedly keen to take advantage of this situation and sign Colwill.

The Southampton-born defender has made 32 appearances across all competitions for Chelsea, scoring one goal and providing one assist. He is valued at around €50 million by his club.

Colwill’s potential move to PSG would be a significant coup for the French club, as they look to strengthen their defense for the upcoming season. However, they will face stiff competition from Liverpool for his signature.

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