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Double blow for Paris Saint-Germain this Wednesday! Tuesday evening, the capital club settled two big cases. After several weeks of negotiations, disrupted by competition from AC Milan, Renato Sanches will stay in France and should soon join PSG. According to information from The Team, the Rouge et Bleu have reached an agreement with LOSC for the transfer of the Portuguese international. Paris should pay 15 million euros to secure the services of the midfielder. The sports daily specifies that the Mastiffs refused the loan offer with compulsory purchase option.

An undesirable is going to Italy

The arrival of Renato Sanches will have a domino effect since at the same time, Georginio Wijnaldum will leave Paris. According to several sources, the Dutchman has finally agreed to join AS Roma. The Parisians and the Italian club have reached an agreement for the loan with the option to buy the midfielder. The final details of his contract (salary intact, waives part of his bonuses) should be finalized this Wednesday.

to summarize

Double blow for Paris Saint-Germain this Wednesday! Tuesday evening, the capital club settled two big cases. After several weeks of negotiations, disrupted by competition from AC Milan, Renato Sanches will stay in France and should soon join PSG. According to information from L’Équipe, the Rouge et Bleu have reached an agreement with LOSC for the transfer of the Portuguese international. Paris should pay 15 million euros to secure the services of the midfielder.

The arrival of Renato Sanches will have a domino effect since at the same time, Georginio Wijnaldum will leave Paris. According to several sources, the Dutchman has finally agreed to join AS Roma. The Parisians and the Italian club have reached an agreement for the loan with the option to buy the midfielder. The final details of his contract (salary intact, waives part of his bonuses) should be finalized this Wednesday.

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