Next attempt in the summer? PSG not letting up on Kimmich

Joshua Kimmich

Joshua Kimmich was heavily linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the winter. However, the 29-year-old refused to leave in the middle of the season. It is now being reported that PSG could make another attempt to sign the German international in the summer.

Joshua Kimmich has been linked with a premature departure from FC Bayern for some time now. As Sky recently revealed, the midfielder is not categorically ruling out a move in the summer.

According to Sky, there are five specific clubs – Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona – that would be tempted by Kimmich. Paris Saint-Germain are not on Kimmich’s wish list. Nevertheless, the French club is courting the FCB star.

Will PSG make an offer for Kimmich in the summer?

According to the French newspaper Le Parisien, PSG officials have already expressed their interest in Kimmich this winter. However, there were no concrete measures in the form of an offer. This could change in the summer. According to the newspaper, Paris are still interested in the Bayern professional. In particular, the fact that Kimmich has not yet extended his contract with the German record champions has made PSG bosses prick up their ears.

Interestingly, Kimmich is not currently the number one option in midfield. Accordingly, the DFB star is seen as an alternative to Bruno Guimaraes of Newcastle United.

Concrete talks with Bayern are pending

Whether and how things will continue with Kimmich at the Isar is open. According to Sky, a departure in the summer cannot be ruled out. Accordingly, the former Bayern midfield boss is no longer considered unsellable in Munich.

What is clear, however, is that there have been no concrete negotiations between the club and player to date, only an informal exchange between Max Eberl and Kimmich, who continues to represent himself and does not have an advisor. Both sides can still envisage an extension. Bayern also remain the 29-year-old’s first point of contact.

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