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Mercato PSG: Al-Khelaïfi believes in Messi’s extension and targets Rashford

Despite the World Cup, PSG are already actively preparing for the transfer window. If the capital club showed his interest in Jude Bellingham, ruled out Cristiano Ronaldo and went considerably closer to Marco Verratti for a contract extension, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi expressed his optimism on the Lionel Messi file, linked to PSG until next June (with an optional additional year) but who would be actively targeted by Inter Miami (MLS ).

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In an interview given to Sky Sports, the president of PSG confided in La Pulga. “Definitelyhe first said when the English journalist claimed that the seven-time Ballon d’Or would consider continuing in Paris. He is very happy, you can see that with Argentina. If a player is not happy, he is not performing well with his national team. He has played fantastically this season for PSG, he has scored a lot of goals and provided several assists (note: 12 goals and 15 assists in all competitions with PSG). We agreed to a discussion after the World Cup. But both parties are very happy.”

In addition, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi recalled that PSG were following Marcus Rashford. A player who was on the shelves of the reigning French champion last summer. Next January, the English international striker, under contract with Manchester United until June 2023, will be free to join the club of his choice.

He’s a really amazing playersaid Nasser Al-Khelaïfi. Get it for free? Many clubs follow him. We do not hide it, we have already discussed in the past, but it was not the right time. Currently, we have to let him focus on the World Cup. Then after January, if we are interested, we will speak with him.” The post-World Cup 2022 already promises to be eventful at PSG.

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