Paris Saint-Germain continues to lay the groundwork for its next transfers. And Leonardo would have set his sights on Théo Hernandez to replace Layvin Kurzawa in the left corridor.
After confirmation of Mauro Icardi’s transfer, Leonardo launched the lateral operation. And it will take two, one on each side. It seems that for the left flank, replacing a Layvin Kurzawa at the start, Paris Saint-Germain has decided to bet on Théo Hernandez who plays at AC Milan. According to Spanish radio Onda Cero, this operation would even be very well under way.
The contact established by the sports director of Paris Saint-Germain would have hit home with the former Real Madrid and Real Sociedad today at AC Milan. A rise in power for those who dream of the French team and who could thus clearly take a new step forward in one of the most upscale teams in Europe.
It remains to convince AC Milan to let it go. And the champion of France will have to be very convincing because Théo Hernandez was one of the rare satisfactions of the Rosseneri season of which he is … the top scorer (25 matches, 6 goals)! Leonardo’s connections with the Milanese leaders should nevertheless facilitate negotiations.
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