The winter transfer window might be well over, but with Qatar-based owners in place, rumors will never stop from arriving at PSG Post involving Paris Saint-Germain prospective targets. Today, we have three Bundesliga players reportedly on the radar of the Parisian organization.
The French newspaper L'Equipe published a leak on Monday morning, following PSG's come-from-behind 4-3 win against Lille, related to three Bundesliga players "being tracked by PSG" and sporting advisor Luis Campos.
After a disastrous couple of transfer windows last summer (money spent on underperforming players) and January (uncapable of signing anyone), Campos is already working on fixing his wrong gambles from months' past by targeting three up-and-coming French players from the German Bundesliga.
According to the information obtained by L'Equipe, PSG is tracking closely all three of Randal Kolo Muani, Marcus Thuram, and Kouadio "Manu" Kone. The former plays for Eintracht Frankfurt while the latter two play for Borussia Monchengladbach, both clubs part of the German top-flight division.