8 Stars Who Could Leave PSG At The End Of This Season
8 Stars Who Could Leave Paris Saint-Germain At The End Of This Season
Despite Paris Saint-Germain completing the French treble on Tuesday, reports suggest that the Ligue 1 giants are looking to shake things up next season. Here are eight PSG players, who could be shown the exit door at the end of this campaign.
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The French giants continued their dominance of domestic football with a 2-0 win over third-tier Les Herbiers, as they picked up their fourth consecutive Coupe de France.
However, after spending a lot of money on signings over the past two seasons, and with FIFA Financial Fair Play investigations hanging over their head as a result, it means they could be forced to sell a few of their stars.
One player destined to leave Les Parisiens at the end of this campaign is Brazilian Thiago Motta. The 35-year-old will soon be a free agent and is likely to return to his country of birth, according to Ligue1.com.
ESPN has claimed that France international Hatem Ben Arfa is desperate to leave the club due to the minimal game time he has got there. After a few seasons of injuries and despair, the midfielder got back to his best during his time at Nice, but sadly the move to Paris has not worked out as well as he will have hoped.
Although he has publicly stated that he does not want to leave, Argentina winger Angel Di Maria may be pushed out in order to balance the books, according to the Daily Mirror. Since the arrival of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star has seen his game time cut but is still producing the goods when given the opportunity.
Others who could leave the French side during the off-season, according to various reports, include Jese Rodriguez, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Javier Pastore, Thiago Silva and Lassana Diarra.
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