Paris Saint-Germain are loaded with a lot of superstars, and the ongoing Transfer talk suggests that the new manager, Mr. Christophe Galtier, is working hard to sell some players from his squad in order to make a financially balanced team for the next season.
Senegalese defender Gana Gueye is among Galtier’s top list of players who struggled hard last season due to a string of injuries, and his departure seems to be imminent these days after PSG offered Gana to a Premier League club.
Why does PSG come to the present Transfer talk regarding Gana Gueye?
After signing manager Christophe Galtier from another Ligue 1 club, Paris Saint-Germain is seeing a wave of players going to the exit door this summer transfer window, and therefore the current transfer talk in different media is highlighting this scenario carefully.
According to famous soccer journalist Fabrizio Romano, PSG’s motive to sell the Senegalese player did not come to the spotlight until Galtier’s urgency to offload some veteran players from the squad, and this situation was explained on a recent twitter post where Romano said, “Everton have approached Paris Saint-Germain for Gana Gueye. He’s one of the names in the list but talks are still at early stages, discussions will continue in the next days.”
Everton have approached Paris Saint-Germain for Gana Gueye. He's one of the names in the list but talks are still at early stages, discussions will continue in the next days. 🚨🔵 #EFC
PSG want to sell Gueye as soon as possible. pic.twitter.com/xE1fJOyFGJ
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 28, 2022
From the above social media post, one can easily understand PSG’s situation regarding Gana Gueye, with whom the club wants to part ways within this summer window.
Speculations are spreading that Gana Gueye’s profile is strong enough to capture Galtier’s preference, but his age might be the key barrier to continuing his career in this highly competitive club.
Throughout this crazy summer transfer window, big European clubs are fighting with one another to obtain their preferred players within the deadline, but apart from FC Barcelona and FC Bayern Munich, only a few other clubs are doing better business as of today, and PSG is among those struggling clubs.