PSG already thinking about selling oft-injured Portugal international

Nuno Mendes, Renato Sanches, PSG
Nuno Mendes, Renato Sanches, PSG / Catherine Steenkeste/GettyImages

It is nothing new to report on the struggles of Renato Sanches adapting to Paris Saint-Germain since he arrived in Paris last summer. Now, after suffering another long-term injury, Luis Campos and PSG might be thinking about selling him next summer.

It wasn't a great start to the week for PSG after the club confirmed the injury of Nordi Mukiele will keep him out for the remainder of the season. Things looked even worse when it was also revealed that Portugal international Renato Sanches will spend another month recovering from the injury he suffered last Saturday against Nice.

According to L'Equipe, Luis Campos and PSG are already working on bringing reinforcements to bolster the midfield next summer and the struggles and steady injuries suffered by Renato Sanches might lead the brass to sell the Portuguese at the end of this season.

Renato Sanches will miss a month, making Luis Campos and PSG question his future in Paris

Renato Sanches has missed a lot of time recovering from different injuries this season and after finally returning to the pitch in the game against Nice last weekend, he was once again forced out of the field barely 10 minutes into the game.

The midfielder, who arrived from Lille last summer, has only played 736 minutes through the whole campaign (not even worth 10 full, 90-minute games) and that makes it a bit of a waste for PSG considering his wage and the little production he offers--when he does, of course.

In the same report, the French newspaper namedrops some players that are on Luis Campos' radar to try and pursue next summer, including Manu Kone (Borussia Monchengladbach) and Ibrahim Sangare (PSV Eindhoven). Those two make for believable rumors when it comes to the new type of target and project PSG is trying to build, based around young and (if possible) French players.

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Meanwhile, Luis Campos will need to address the future of a fellow Portuguese in Paris and decide if his gamble from last summer is worth giving another (for the nth time) chance or if PSG will be better off selling Renato Sanches at the first chance they get come July.