Luka Vuskovic's potential move to PSG, which had been rumored a few months ago, has not materialized yet, as the Croatian defender remains at Hajduk Split entering the 2023/24 season. However, the 16-year-old talent has not been short of suitors with Manchester City and Manchester United showing interest in him of late.
In addition to pursuing experienced players in the market, PSG's sporting director, Luis Campos, has been scouting young and promising talents like Vuskovic.
Recent reports suggested that an agreement worth "around €10.5m, plus a resale percentage," had been reached between PSG and Hajduk Split.
The final stage of the negotiations involves convincing Vuskovic of signing with PSG, which at this point feels like the biggest hurdle in the whole operation. That's because the young defender is reportedly "seeking certain sporting guarantees" from PSG, likely wanting to understand the club's "plans and vision for his development."
Croatian media outlet Index confirmed the agreement between the clubs but highlighted that other prominent teams are still in the mix, keeping the situation open for now as the youngster is not entirely enticed by PSG's project.
As negotiations continue, the outcome of this potential transfer remains uncertain. PSG will need to make a compelling case to persuade Vuskovic to choose them as his next destination. The young defender's decision will likely be influenced by the assurance of his development and future prospects at Paris Saint-Germain.