A leading team in the German championship has, in these last moments of the summer transfer window, placed itself on the profile of Abdo Diallo. RB Leipzig is looking forward to the central defense of Paris Saint-Germain.
Nothing while playing it
Paris Saint-Germain is active on all fronts. While the recruitment of Spanish midfielder Fabian Ruiz has been formalized, the Paris leaders in parallel want to reduce the workforce led by Christophe Galtier. Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes is set to head to Juventus Turin on loan with an option to buy. Another item likely to pack his bags, Abdo Diallo. Not in the Frenchman’s small cards, the defender has simply not played a minute since the start of the 2022-2023 season, as the Senegal international remained on the bench during the Champions Cup against FC Nantes (4-0) and the first four days of the tournament against Clermont (5-0). ), Montpellier (5-2), Lille (7-1) and Monaco (1-1).
Under contract until 2024
Cited as a target for Aston Villa and AC Milan, the 26-year-old has not responded favorably to the Rossoneri’s interest. Then what about his future? According to the latest daily news the teamThe Bundesliga formation put itself in the position, namely RB Leipzig. Our colleagues say that the German club based at the Red Bull Arena, where French striker Christopher Nkunku plays, has improved significantly. For journalist Fabrizio Romano, a tangible offer even reached the table of the Parisian crew. RB Leipzig wants to lure the former Monegasque with a loan that includes an option to buy. Continuing … Purchased in July 2019 by Paris Saint-Germain for €32 million and still under contract until June 2024, Abdou Diallo has appeared 75 times in all competitions with the Parisian shirt, in 60 matches in the French Ligue 1.
Except: RB Leipzig made an offer to PSG for Abdou Diallo. The loan clause was discussed with the buy now option for the linebacker position. 🚨⚪️🔴 # my Lord
A last-minute move to the Premier League might also be a possibility – but RB Leipzig is now pressing. pic.twitter.com/Wsd7Fudrin
– Fabrizio Romano August 31, 2022