Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly listed SIX first-team players on the transfer market ahead of the January transfer window.
While PSG boast some of the best players on the planet within their ranks, like any club, the Parisiens have their fair share of deadwood.
When you have those in the top 0.1% in the world playing in certain positions, their deputies find game-time hard to come by, inevitably leaving them frustrated.
There appears to be a few who have grown disgruntled at the Parc des Princes, with the club themselves open to the idea of parting with them this winter.
As a result, SIX players have been put up for sale just three weeks before the January transfer window is due to open.
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They are, according to L’Equipe, Mauro Icardi (striker), Abdou Diallo (defender), Rafinha (midfielder), Layvin Kurzawa (defender), Sergio Rico (goalkeeper) and Colin Dagba (defender).
You imagine there will be a few Premier League clubs open to the idea of plugging some holes in their squad with the acquisition of one of those mentioned above.
For clubs who are struggling to find the back of the net, landing striker of Icardi’s calibre mid-season would be quite the coup. There are potential solutions across the board…