3 potential departures from PSG for the 2024-25 season

Less than a month before the end of the 2023/24 season, PSG will bid farewell to the season as champions of at least 2 titles in this sporting year
3 Potential departures from PSG for the 2024/25 season.
3 Potential departures from PSG for the 2024/25 season. / MIGUEL MEDINA/GettyImages

For PSG, the 2023-24 season was a year of renewal, with the radical change imposed by the sporting project under the management of Luis Campos.

The most prominent figures of PSG saw their departure from the club, leaving the Parisians with a solid foundation to begin building a project for the future.

At this moment, with the final of the French Cup still pending on May 25th, PSG is already thinking about the next season, and these are some of the players who could potentially leave the Parisian club:

1. Carlos Soler

The 27-year-old Spaniard arrived at the Parisian club in August 2022, and his performance with PSG has been minimal.

This player has not found his place under the direction of Christopher Galtier or Luis Enrique, being a player with very negative statistics in terms of the expected level and, above all, an important salary burden in the squad that is not justified for the following year.

2. Fabian Ruiz

In a similar case to that of Carlos Soler, Fabian Ruiz, unlike the former player, has had a more significant role at PSG. However, expectations have not been met.

The 28-year-old player has a very remarkable footballing ability in terms of ball possession, but it seems that the reins of the midfield are better handled by other players.

Since his arrival in August 2022, his position under Luis Enrique has been practically guaranteed in the starting lineup, but he has not been a decisive player for the fans or the squad in the final third of the field. Therefore, his departure seems to be a very viable option for the club.

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3. Randal Kolo Muani

With the arrival of the current management under Luis Enrique, also came a player who promised much after his trajectory and level shown in the 2022 World Cup.

However, for Kolo Muani, his arrival at PSG was overshadowed by that of Goncalo Ramos, where the Portuguese seem to have won the battle.

It has been difficult for the French forward to find a place in PSG, as evidenced throughout the season. His high price also leads the club to consider the option of giving him an exit and seeking options with different characteristics that contribute to a better level for the club.