PSG Feminine interested in signing two international players
By Hidayah Ali
Paris Saint-Germain Feminine are looking to sign more players this summer to bolster their chances at winning more titles, and two possible names have emerged in the rumors mill linking them with the French capital club ahead of the next transfer market.
According to the Spanish newspaper AS, 29-year-old midfielder Tatiana Pinto could be the newest addition to the Parisian squad. The Portuguese international has played at Levante for the last three years and she might be looking for a jump to a higher-level club before finishing her career.
Pinto has had a good season so far, scoring 12 goals and providing 3 assists. She's played all 29 games in the Spanish league, with Levante sitting in third place below winners Barcelona and second-place Real Madrid. Levante can still clinch Champions League football next season, with the league's final standings still undecided.
There isn't much information on the Pinto-PSG rumors, but for now, we know that possible talks are occurring at least according to the information gathered by AS.
Tatiana Pinto and Esmee Brugts, in PSG Feminine's transfer radar
Another name that has quite a few major clubs after her signature, is youngster Esmee Brugts.
A report from Graham Falk informed that the player will leave Dutch side PSV next summer in a move geared toward taking her next step in her young career.
Teams such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Wolfsburg, Frankfurt, and Paris Saint-Germain have all been linked with the 19-year-old midfielder and they are monitoring her situation.
Brugts has already played for the Netherlands national senior team, appearing in 15 games and scoring 4 goals during those games. She's even played two World Cup qualifier matches to date.
The PSG Feminine team could have a whole reshuffle in the summer, as they have many players with contracts expiring, and we don't know if Gerard Preacher will stay for another season yet, either.
Currently, there aren't many players attached to transfer news with PSG, but these are the two that could be on their way to the capital.
Next season, PSG will hope to win the Coupe De France and the D1 Arkema, but more importantly, their first-ever UEFA Champions League trophy is what the Parisian club wants the most, same as with the men's side of the organization.
By the looks of it, recruiting midfielders looks like a priority to the club in order to establish a solid foundation for the team's creative engine that can put on a solid play and help the club lift the UCL once and for all.