Juventus willing to rescue 2 PSG players

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After suffering a new setback in the Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain will try to rebuild their squad during the summer transfer window. Among those who could get shown the door out of the Parisian organization are Carlos Soler and Juan Bernat, both seemingly on the radar of Juventus.

Last Wednesday, PSG said goodbye to the Champions League again earlier than desired. The French team lost to Bayern Munich in the round of 16 (3-0 on aggregate) and were forced to postpone their dream of lifting the most important trophy on the continent, for the umpteenth time.

As expected, this new setback has been decisive for the media that follow the club's news to speculate on the possible regeneration of a squad that, despite having some top-level players, has not been able to compete at the expected level.

Juventus, prepared to fish in PSG waters

Among those who could leave the club to make room for the new signings that the Parisian board of directors is already preparing include Spanish forward Carlos Soler (26 years old) and Spaniard defender Juan Bernat (30).

The former has failed to meet the expectations created after his signing last summer (just nine starts in Ligue 1), while the latter has already been relegated to a substitute role that he seems to be stuck at.

According to CalcioMercato.it, Serie A giants Juventus could take advantage of PSG's willingness to listen to offers for their two underused players and the Italian club might be getting ready to propose a couple of offers.

Of course, after being sanctioned for the 'Capital Gains Case', it remains to be seen how much money the Vecchia Signora dares to put on the table and if that amount is enough for the residents of the Parc des Princes.

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One thing is clear, and that is that changes are coming to Paris after another terrible ending to a much-hyped season in the French capital. So all doors are open.