PSG has encountered complications in its winter transfer market with the situation surrounding Gabriel Moscardo. Despite the addition of Lucas Beraldo on January 1, 2024, the 18-year-old midfielder has faced delays due to an injury.
Initially, PSG was hopeful to have Gabriel Moscardo join to accompany Lucas Beraldo, who arrived from Sao Paulo. However, during the medical examination, a foot injury was detected, requiring surgical intervention and at least three months of recovery.
While this raised doubts about the feasibility of the deal, the latest reports from the press suggest that the situation has changed, and the transfer is underway.
Corinthians' president, Augusto Melo, confirmed in an interview on the YouTube channel of the Brazilian program Jogo Aberto: "The negotiation is closed. Moscardo has been sold to Paris Saint-Germain. The story has concluded."
This setback in the signing process has created uncertainty at PSG, but recent statements from the Corinthians' president indicate that the transfer is moving forward. The Parisian club hopes to have Gabriel Moscardo strengthen its squad and contribute to the team led by Luis Enrique.
With the confirmation of the transfer from the president of the Brazilian club, it is expected that Moscardo will soon join PSG, overcoming the initial complications. As the winter transfer window unfolds, PSG aims to solidify its roster and enhance its capabilities for the challenges that lie ahead.