Mercato | Mercato – PSG: Leonardo saved by the coronavirus for Mohamed Salah?

Posted on October 22, 2021 at 4:15 p.m. by A.D.

To compensate for the possible departure of Kylian Mbappé, PSG would think of recruiting Mohamed Salah, who is currently blazing with Liverpool. And thanks to the coronavirus, the Parisian club would have been lucky not to see the Reds striker join another club this summer.

At the end of the contract on June 30, Kylian Mbappé could leave PSG freely and for free to join Real Madrid if he doesn't extend by then. Aware of the situation, Leonardo is preparing for the possibility of losing Kylian Mbappé in 2022. Thus, as exclusively revealed to you, the sports director of the PSG ticked the names of Erling Haaland , its top priority, and Robert Lewandowski to compensate for the possible departure of Kylian Mbappé . In parallel, Leonardo would also have identified the profile of Mohamed Salah, who is currently in top form on the side of Liverpool. And if today, the PSG has a chance to be able to recruit the Egyptian international, it would be thanks to the coronavirus.

Mohamed Salah blocked by the coronavirus this summer?

According to information from ESPN, disclosed this Friday afternoon, the summer of 2021 of Mohamed Salah could have gone differently. While his contract will end on June 30, 2023, the Egyptian striker has not yet extended with Liverpool. Thus, the Reds could have decided to sell him during the last summer transfer window to avoid be under pressure next summer and risk losing it for 0 €. However, according to the British media, no club would have had the means to buy Mohamed Salah during the last summer transfer window, and this, because of the crisis caused by the coronavirus .

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