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PSG wants James and Thiago off the table?

There may be a new twist in the poker game for James Rodriguez, which is still on loan to the FC Bavaria until the end of the season from Real Madrid. Paris Saint-Germain appears to be seeking the Colombian’s services. Thiago, too, is probably the focus of the French.

As the “Sport Image” reports, a spectacular exchange business is under way. According to this, James is not to replace anyone other than Superstar Neymar at PSG. The Bavarian professional has said in the cabin that Thomas Tuchel and Co. are interested in him.

The Sheikh Club is apparently ready to let Neymar move to Real Madrid in the summer for 350 million euros, In return, the Royal James will sell to PSG.


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This transfer model, however, presupposes that FC Bavaria does not take the option to buy for James. By the end of June FC Bavaria could definitely commit the 27-year-old middle fielder for 42 million euro.

It is still completely unclear, What decision will the Munich people make. “The conversation has yet to be held,” Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge recently made clear with regard to the future of the gamemaker. “We have not yet decided,” said Sports Director Hasan Salihamidzic.

Thiago as Plan B to PSG? No longer interested in Boateng

Thiago is another Bavarian player listed by Tuchel and Co. The midfielder, however, is only the second choice behind the desired player N’Golo Kante of FC Chelsea.

The Munich people should have little or no interest in letting Thiago go in the summer. Unlike Jerome Boateng. According to “Sport Bild”, the Bavarians would show themselves ready to talk if they offered to do so.

But PSG will probably not receive any offers on the Sabine Street. Currently, the French are no longer interested in Boateng’s commitment, the report says.

Last summer Boateng was on the verge of a switch to PSG. But the deal fell on the finish line, because Sports Director Antero Henrique gambled too high and hoped, among other things, for a significant price reduction, which did not come well either at FC Bavaria or at Boateng itself.