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Transfer news: PSG moves for Kante, Man City to sign Sanchez ahead of Man U

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Transfer news: PSG moves for Kante, Man City to sign Sanchez ahead of Man U

Unread postby Wsj » Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:18 pm

Paris Saint-Germain FC have named Chelsea midfielder, N’Golo Kante as the club number one target for next summer’s transfer window, French newspaper 10 Sport reports.

The French giants want to replace Thiago Motta, who is their current first choice defensive midfielder.

PSG are already scouting for options ahead of next campaign to replace Motta, who is 35-year-old and is seen as having limited time left at the top level.

According to the report in France, the Ligue 1 leaders have highlighted Kante as the ideal replacement.

PSG sporting director, Antero Henrique is a big fan of Kante and wants to bring him back to France.

Meanwhile, Manchester United legend, Gary Neville has said that Manchester City will offer Arsenal star, Alexis Sanchez more money to keep the Chilean out of Jose Mourinho’s controls.

Mourinho’s Man United side are in better position of signing the Chilean International ahead of City.

Neville took to his Twitter account on Moday morning and wrote: “We both know City will up their offer to him of more [cash emoji].

“And you will say he chose Pep for less money [winking emoji].

“They actually need to [sign Sanchez] with Aguero on his own at the moment.

“Business wise it doesn’t make sense to let Alexis go to United.

“It will cost City more in the summer to get another.”


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