PSG is back to the charge for a Marseillais

PSG could make an offer to RB Leipzig to secure the services of Mohamed Simakan this winter. Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier would see in him an alternative to Milan Skriniar, whose file is close to falling into the water.

Mohamed Simakan, RB LeipzigMohamed Simakan, RB Leipzig

According to information obtained by, PSG could recruit in the Bundesliga in the coming weeks. Luis Campos would have checked the name of Mohamed Simakan, to strengthen the Parisian defense. His file would have been validated by Christophe Galtier, who has the common point with the player to be born in Marseille.

Mohamed Simakan is one of the pillars of Marco Rose’s team at RB Leipzig. The 22-year-old central defender was recruited for 15 million euros from Strasbourg in the summer of 2021. The player has a contract that runs until June 2026 and his value is estimated at 28 million euros. by the website Transfermarkt. The former Alsatian has played 19 games, scored 3 goals and given 5 assists since the start of the season. It seems unlikely that the German team will agree to let him go mid-season and PSG will certainly have to sign a big check to bring him in.

The Skriniar track soon to be abandoned?

The file of Milan Skriniar seems to him badly engaged. Inter Milan seem very optimistic about their next signing of an extension. Although the Parisians have been talking for several months, the Slovak international seems determined to stay in Lombardy. Journalist Fabrizio Romano even clarified that PSG had released the pressure to sign him.

The PSG apparently multiplies the tracks to strengthen. In attack, Luis Campos would eye Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal), and offers would have been transmitted for the two Brazilian stars of Palmeiras, Endrick and Messinho. In the direction of departures, the name of Kylian Mbappé continues to circulate in England, where Manchester United and Liverpool seem to court him.

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