The two main tracks of the PSG in the middle of the field are named Idrissa Gueye (Everton) and Tiémoué Bakayoko (Chelsea) according to Le Parisien. Goal.com confirms the track of the Chelsea player and evokes a loan requested by the Parisian club.
Le Parisien newspaper reports on PSG's midfield research and places two well-known names at the heart of Parisian research, namely Idrissa Gueye (Everton) and Tiémoué Bakayoko (Chelsea). The first had been the subject of a recent article by L'Equipe, Leonardo having recently relaunched this track, and it is still relevant while Antero Henrique refused, in his time, to make too much effort to bring it to term.
The other name that comes out leads to Bakayoko, revived by his good season at AC Milan and return to Chelsea after this loan. The player is not opposed to staying in his current club to win but he does not seem to have convinced his new coach Frank Lampard according to the regional daily. Chelsea would still ask for around 40M € to drop the mid-24, whose profile Leonardo particularly enjoys.
Recently, Bakayoko repeated in the press his desire to play one day for PSG and the Parisian club thinks to offer its services via a loan affirms on its side Goal.com via its English correspondent. This one-year loan may have an option to buy but the offer would not have been submitted to the London club yet. By then, he will continue preseason with Chelsea and should even be part of the band that will fly to the Blues summer tour.