PSG sends a warning to Xavi Simons: a summer sale is out of the question

PSG sends a warning to Xavi Simons: a summer sale is out of the question

PSG sends a warning to Xavi Simons: a summer sale is out of the question

According to Fabrizio Romano, Paris Saint-Germain has contacted the representatives of Xavi Simons to confirm that they have no intention of selling the Dutch international in the summer.

This move underscores PSG's belief in Simons' potential and their desire to keep him within their ranks for future seasons.

Furthermore, according to the Italian journalist, if the 21-year-old footballer does not want to return to the Parc des Princes – he is currently on loan at Leipzig, Germany – a new loan is possible and the most viable option, with Xavi Simons having a say in which club he wants to represent next. This flexibility indicates PSG’s willingness to accommodate Simons' preferences while ensuring he continues to develop through regular playing time.

In the current season, the playmaker has recorded nine goals and 14 assists in the 42 matches he has played for the German team. His impressive performances have made him a key player for Leipzig, showcasing his creativity and vision on the field. These statistics highlight his contribution to the team's success and his development as a top-tier footballer.

Simons' future remains a topic of interest, as his performances have caught the attention of several top clubs. His ability to influence games with his skill set makes him a valuable asset. Whether he decides to return to PSG or explore another loan opportunity, his career trajectory looks promising.

PSG's decision to retain Simons and potentially loan him out again reflects their long-term strategy of nurturing young talent. The club recognizes his potential and is keen to provide him with the best opportunities for growth. This approach also benefits Simons, allowing him to gain valuable experience in competitive leagues.

As the summer transfer window approaches, the situation will likely develop further, with discussions between Simons, his representatives, and PSG determining the next steps. Fans and analysts will be watching closely to see where Simons will continue to showcase his talents next season.

  • Top Countries
  • Around the web
Barcelona reaches an agreement with Flick

Barcelona reaches an agreement with Flick

Barcelona seems to be moving forward with Hansi Flick. According to German and Spanish media, a contract is ready for him at Camp Nou.

Maguire acknowledges Manchester United s failure:  Disappointing season

Maguire acknowledges Manchester United's failure: 'Disappointing season'

The "Red Devils" finished eighth in the Premier League after being knocked out in the group stage of the Champions League. Nevertheless, they could still end the 2023/24 season celebrating.

Guardiola wants to share the award for best manager with his rivals in the title race

Guardiola wants to share the award for best manager with his rivals in the title race

Pep Guardiola has been named Premier League Manager of the Season for the fifth time. The Spaniard would like to share this award with some of his rivals.

Xhaka surprises journalist:  We drink blood every morning

Xhaka surprises journalist: 'We drink blood every morning'

Bayer Leverkusen can add extra shine to their season by winning the Europa League on Wednesday evening. The newly crowned champions of Germany are certainly not nervous, as evidenced by the words of Granit Xhaka.

Notable choice: Bayern Munich reaches agreement with Kompany

Notable choice: Bayern Munich reaches agreement with Kompany

It appears that Vincent Kompany will be the new coach of Bayern Munich. The Belgian coach of Burnley has reached an agreement with the record champions of Germany, and now it is up to the clubs to finalize the deal.

Atlético Madrid allows injury-prone Depay to leave on a free transfer

Atlético Madrid allows injury-prone Depay to leave on a free transfer

Memphis Depay will leave Atlético Madrid this summer, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano. The Spanish top club is reportedly opting not to automatically extend the contract of the Dutch international, giving him a free transfer status.

British media target Boehly and his  yes-men  after Pochettino s departure

British media target Boehly and his 'yes-men' after Pochettino's departure

British media claim that Chelsea is back to square one after the departure of manager Mauricio Pochettino. The Blues' management and Pochettino concluded on Tuesday that it is better for their paths to part ways after one season.

Successful coach Motta does not want to continue at Bologna

Successful coach Motta does not want to continue at Bologna

Bologna has to say goodbye to successful coach Thiago Motta. The Italian coach, who led his team to the Champions League this season, has informed the club that he does not want to extend his contract.

Xabi Alonso overwhelmed by Atalanta in turbo mode:  We couldn t handle it

Xabi Alonso overwhelmed by Atalanta in turbo mode: 'We couldn't handle it'

Xabi Alonso praised Atalanta after losing the Europa League final with Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday evening. From the first minute, the then-undefeated champions of Germany were grabbed by the throat, and Bayer had no answer.

Arne Slot is already working at Liverpool, and the first signing could come from his former club

Arne Slot is already working at Liverpool, and the first signing could come from his former club

The Dutch coach wants to sign Justin Bijlow, the goalkeeper he coached at Feyenoord.

Odd:1.38