Looking for a new midfielder, Paris Saint-Germain would be interested in Czech Tomas Soucek. A complicated case insofar as the player of West Ham, coveted by Manchester United, is also requested by his leaders for a contract extension.
We know Paris Saint-Germain’s plans for the upcoming summer transfer window. In addition to the Neymar and Kylian Mbappé files, which management absolutely wishes to keep and extend, the capital club’s objectives are to recruit a right-back as well as a midfielder. Regarding the first site, the names of Serge Aurier and the Spaniard Hector Bellerin fuel the rumors. As for the midfield, a track would lead towards West Ham.
A giant in the middle of PSG?
Indeed, The Athletic tells us that PSG is interested in the Czech Tomas Soucek (26 years). It must be said that this large template (1.92m) shines in recovery, as in the opposing area since he has already scored nine goals in the Premier League this season. Or as much as winger Jesse Lingard, with whom he shares the status of their team’s top scorer. Statistics necessarily alerted the sports director of PSG Leonardo, who is known to be attracted by large circles to complete a workforce made up of smaller circles such as Marco Verratti, Idrissa Gueye or Rafinha.
Only the Portuguese Danilo Pereira fits this profile, he who was loaned by FC Porto with an option to buy (€ 16m) last summer. Be careful with this information all the same since the source specifies that Tomas Soucek, also coveted by Manchester United, is currently negotiating a contract extension with his leaders who wish to reward him for his good performance. It wouldn’t be the first time that PSG have been used through unfounded rumors.