Brazilian defensive midfielder Gabriel Moscardo, who has been linked with a move to PSG this winter, spoke to national outlet Globo and expressed his commitment to his current team, Corinthians.
Moscardo, the latest South American wunderkind, told the press that he is focused on the upcoming season with his team, stating, "My reality today is Corinthians. I'm going to come back there at the beginning of January, do the intense pre-season preparation...
"I'm already thinking about the next challenges, the next competitions, and the quest for a title," Moscardo said.
Following PSG's recent acquisition of Lucas Beraldo from fellow Brazilian club Sao Paulo, Moscardo seems to be the next in line to join Paris as soon as next January.
Corinthians president Melo had refused to sell Moscardo recently but speaking to media outlets a few days ago he seemed to have surrendered in his refusal to sell the youngster, most probably because of financial problems currently affecting his club.
Moscardo seems to be mostly focused on his performance and growth given his young age, stating recently, "Each year is better than the next... I hope to continue playing at the highest level. No matter where I am, I want to play, score goals, make assists and my goal for next year is to win a title as a professional."