According to SPORT1 and L'Equipe, PSG will present a second and improved offer to Eintracht Frankfurt for Randal Kolo Muani. The first proposal, estimated at €60m without bonuses, was rejected.
PSG has targeted its priority for the end of the summer transfer window: Randal Kolo Muani. After having recently secured the services of Goncalo Ramos and Ousmane Dembele, the French capital club hopes to make another splash signing to reinforce their offensive ranks.
The Parisians have relaunched negotiations for the Bondy native in recent weeks, and his interest has recently materialized with an estimated first offer of €60m and some bonuses that could slightly increase the figure.
The proposal was quickly rejected by Eintracht Frankfurt, which is waiting for a larger sum to sell its player. "We have to wait and see how it develops," Eintracht sporting director Markus Krosche said. “There is some interest from a club. There is an offer. But this does not meet our expectations”.
But as time goes by, it is confirmed that PSG will shortly improve its offer for the French striker. In Germany, SPORT1 announces that the Parisian club has already presented a new offer on Sunday night.
For its part, L'Equipe confirms the trend by stating that Paris' proposal will be improved this Monday morning, with the intention of closing the arrival of Kolo Muani this week.