Christophe Galtier’s update on the PSG transfer window

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The championship is coming to an end soon. PSG is heading towards a new title of champion of France even if the 8-point lead is not yet enough to relax, warns Christophe Galtier. After that, it will be time to build the squad for next season. The Team revealed this morning that the capital club would focus on what it considers to be the best in their position in France such as Jonathan David (Lille), Khephren Thuram and Jean-Clair Todibo (Nice), and Axel Disasi (Monaco) . If certain elements have indeed been checked off in a short-list, Galtier wanted to temper during the press conference the day before PSG-Lorient.

According to the coach, whose future seems to be written at PSG next year, the decision-makers will also look internationally. “The club and the sports management, Luis Campos, the president and myself, say that we have to improve next season. Automatically, there is a look towards France, the players who perform in our championship, and also towards international. Go recruit the very good Ligue 1 players, when we have targeted them, even if already the case, the positions and the profiles. We will see if we will move more towards Ligue 1 or more towards the international.assures the coach who will also have to ensure that certain current elements remain at the club.

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Galtier would like to keep Ramos

We obviously think of Leo Messi, who is coming to the end of his contract, but also of Kylian Mbappé, regularly cited for a surprise departure this summer, and Sergio Ramos. He too has a lease that ends in June. After an almost white first season, the Spanish defender was finally able to continue. He has also played 40 games this season, one of the longest playing times in the squad. If the PSG did not really seem to be in a hurry to extend the former Madrid player, or even was almost recalcitrant, the situation is gradually changing. The staff is reassured about the physical condition of the 2010 world champion and his commitment to the group on a daily basis.

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Even Galtier is convinced and would like to keep his example with him. “He had a very difficult season linked to a repeated calf injury. He had a complete preparation. He is super professional. Arriving with such a record at that age means that you are putting all the chances on your side. He brings experience, high standards, rigour, professionalism”lists the technician, much more relaxed than in recent weeks, before saying more about the future of the player. “There are exchanges between the sports management and Sergio. The fact remains that I am very satisfied with his season and what he brings. On good terms.

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