Christophe Galtier gave signals at the end of the Paris Saint-Germain transfer window, at a press conference. The technician confirmed that Fabian Ruiz (Napoli) could sign soon and make a big point in other hots.
Facing the media, Christophe Galtier confirmed the imminent arrival of Fabian Ruiz. Presumably, the Paris Saint-Germain coach will soon be able to count on him in his writings: “You have information that Fabian Ruiz is very close to PSG. There will also be departures from our side. We have been targeting Fabian Ruiz for a long time, and there are discussions. Nothing official yet. We have already seen signatures obtained that have not been made recently (laughs)” “He went to the reporters present.
Leandro has his mind elsewhere.
As the former Nice player explained why Leandro Paredes is not in the group, although discussions are not progressing well with Juventus on loan: “Leandro will not be part of the group. I spoke with him after the training. He has reached an agreement with Juventus and we will meet soon. He is a PSG player, but his mind is elsewhere. The club-to-club agreement is missing. I decided not to take him to the group. I’d rather not.” The presence of a player may leave the club within 24 hours.” On the other hand, the Parisian coach is dependent on Abdou Diallo, who can therefore stay.
Christoph Galtier finally refuses to let go of Milan Skriniar’s case. It seems that Luis Campos is still working to sign the Inter Milan player: “I can’t tell you it’s completely over. In the transfer window, there are always surprises. Milan have been a target player for a long time. Negotiations with Inter are very difficult. You have to respect his position. But with two days left, anything is possible.”, he completed. The Bluffs appear to have been multiple in the Slovakian negotiations.
It seems that the transfer window in Paris is not over yet. Some surprises could happen in the next few hours. In the last hours, the media reported Chelsea’s interest in Neymar. It looks like Idrissa Joy is very close to joining Everton.