Wed. Aug 10th, 2022

    The list of players to quit the PSG has been determined – Paris Saint-Germain will not take the names it put on the sales list to the pre-season training camp.

    Paris Saint-Germain has taken action to narrow the squad that has swelled with the transfers made in recent years. A large number of discarded stars will not take part in the preparatory camp. GOAL’s sources also confirmed the 10-man list, first announced by L’Equipe .

    PSG, which brought Luis Campos as the sporting director and Christophe Galtier as the technical director, plans to overhaul the squad. The club, which currently has a staff of 40, will part ways with a large number of players due to Financial Fair Play rules. Here is PSG’s 10-man sales list:

    The list of players to quit the PSG has been determined


    With only 861 minutes last season, Draxler could not find a place for himself in PSG’s star-studded offensive line. The separation of the German star, whose sale was on the agenda last year, is now considered definitive.


    Sailing from Milan to Paris, the city of lovers, in the summer of 2020, Icardi failed to enter the hearts of PSG fans. The 29-year-old Argentinean player, who has a contract until 2024, is also on the sales list.

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    Struggling with injuries, Kurzawa only stayed on the field for nine minutes in the 2021/22 season. The 29-year-old left-back, who was not in Christophe Galtier’s plans, has been in the PSG squad since 2015.


    Ander Herrera is one of the names in PSG with a dark future. With 1634 minutes on the field last season, Herrera contributed more than most players on the list. However, the Spanish player, who was transferred from Manchester United in 2019, will be on his way with the arrival of Renato Sanches, who is expected to sign this week.


    Wijnaldum, who came with great expectations from Liverpool, could not perform satisfactorily despite taking about 2000 minutes last season. The Dutch midfielder is named after his former club PSV Eindhoven.


    Last year, he wanted to hire Diallo, who was on the agenda to leave the team, in the interim transfer, but an agreement could not be reached between the two clubs. Milan and Tottenham are among the clubs interested in the 26-year-old defender, who was transferred from Dortmund in 2019.


    PSG’s third goalkeeper Sergio Rico has little to no chance of playing behind two world-class gloves, Donnarumma and Keylor Navas. The French club is now looking to sell the Spanish netkeeper, whose contract expires in 2024, to generate a testimonial income.

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