PSG want to forget their misfortunes and start thinking about the upcoming season, so possible candidates are already starting to appear in order for Paris Saint-Germain to shore up and improve all their lines.
Regardless of what happens with the players who are now on their roster, with a Qatar-backed board you know arrivals are coming.
For the past few days, the first plans that PSG has for next season and beyond have started to emerge, even more considering their new Champions League campaign came to an end and was consummated with the 0-2 defeat to Bayern in Munich.
Many issues to be resolved will depend, among other things, on the future of Christophe Galtier, coach of the Parisian team. And of course, on the future of players like Lionel Messi or Sergio Ramos who will be out of contract next summer.
But the rumors are unstoppable and more so in the home stretch of the season as all possibilities remain open and nothing is yet set in stone when it comes to who will arrive and who will leave the team.
It seems that the staff of PSG is beginning to become aware that Kylian Mbappe must be better surrounded so that he can lead a winning project if they want don't want to lose the French world champion in one or two years.
Bernardo Silva and more surprises are on PSG's target list
This is what the newspaper L'Equipe is doing now, offering names of possible flashy targets for this team.
Starting with Bernardo Silva, the attacking midfielder could leave Manchester City in the summer, as he is not fully pleased with his role. So FC Barcelona would have a very tough opponent fighting for the services of the Portuguese in the French champions.
In addition, the aforementioned media mentions other players such as Pau Torres (Villarreal), Manu Kone (Borussia Monchengladbach), Ibrahim Sangare (PSV Eindhoven), Ryan Cherki (Olympique de Lyon), Victor Osimhen (Napoli) and Goncalo Ramos (Benfica) as possible targets.
However, PSG has the complicated mission of finding a way out for some of the players who are currently on loans, such as Leandro Paredes or Julian Draxler to get some money back and don't break the Financial Fair Play rules put in place by the governing bodies.
In addition, they will have to define the future of some pieces that have not finished convincing, such as Carlos Soler, Fabian Ruiz, Hugo Ekitike, or Renato Sanches. Busy summer, indeed, the one awaiting the Parisian team.