David De Gea

PSG’s huge summer target: Man United’s David De Gea – Telefoot

PSG chase David De Gea

Sunday’s edition of Telefoot has reported big transfer news regarding PSG.

It’s only been a few days since PSG’s Champions League dreams were dashed by Real Madrid at the Parc de Princes.

However rather than sitting on their backsides feeling sorry for themselves, PSG seem to be reacting like they always do: they are preparing to spend a fortune in the transfer market.

Top of the list, report Telefoot, is that PSG want to sign a goalie in the off-season.

While Alphonse Areola had a good match in the Madrid tie, PSG want a significant improvement between the sticks.

The number one target: Man United’s David De Gea.

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Will Man United sell De Gea?

De Gea is under contract at Man United until 2019, while it’s well-known that the Red Devils are keen on keeping him for much longer.

Yet, for more than two years rumours have claimed De Gea could leave Old Trafford. Most of those rumours have linked the keeper with Real Madrid.

Whether PSG could disrupt that narrative is debatable.

Not only would PSG have to offer Man United huge money for De Gea, how could PSG do this deal without flouting Financial Fair Play rules?

Chelsea’s Courtois & Milan’s Donnarumma

If De Gea proves unattainable, PSG are also ready to make moves for Chelsea stopper Thibaut Courtois or AC Milan’s Gigio Donnarumma.

Courtois’s future at Chelsea is very much up in the air. But, a bit like De Gea, if Courtois does leave the Premier League he’s thought to be set for a La Liga move rather than one to Ligue 1.

In one other piece of PSG transfer news, Telefoot announced that Juventus left-back Alex Sandro is also on the club’s summer shopping list.

Chelsea have previously tried to sign Alex Sandro from Turin.

Also see: Tottenham’s Pochettino & Chelsea’s Conte keep being linked with the same job.

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