PSG is working on the departure of many Titis, indicates RMC Sport


While midfielders Edouard Michut (18) and Xavi Simons (18) seem to have managed to find a place in the professional group, they are also called up for the match this Saturday against Brest, many young people from the academy seem far from the opportunity to play in this busy squad. And according to RMC Sport, PSG is looking for solutions for its Titis this winter.

 » The main concerned being the players of the 2001 and 2002 generations who can no longer evolve with the under 19s. This is the case of Alexandre Fressange (striker/2001), Teddy Alloh (left side/2002), Massinissa Oufella (midfielder/2001), Tidjany Chabrol (attacking midfielder/2002) and Anfane Ahamada (defensive midfielder/2002 ). To a lesser extent, the converted right-back midfielder Nathan Bitumazala (2002) is concerned.

The capital club would also like to be able to lend young people from the 2003 generation like Samuel Noireau-Dauriat. It has some touches in Europe. The attacking midfielder is discussing with PSG a temporary transfer until next June. Two elements born in 2004 could also change air. In particular Lenny Manisa (central defender) and Jordan Monteiro (left side), both arrived in post-training. »

This outlet is generally reliable when it comes to PSG youngsters, so give him some trust here. Especially since everything is relatively logical. The club probably does not particularly want to keep players who no longer have a place. As there is no longer a reserve team, some are blocked. It therefore makes sense to sell or lend them, RMC Sports does not really specify, depending on the offers, desires of the players and the PSG project.

We have thus seen Bandiougou Fadiga (mid-21) to be sold to Olympiakos and other departures could follow. It also depends on the proposals received by PSG. Nothing will be easy, since these Titis precisely have no more playing time. We hope that solutions will be found as soon as possible so that they can move forward.

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