Xavi Simons' return to PSG is getting closer

With Xavi Simons' movements abroad, PSG showcased the footballing abilities this player possesses, who is already being sought after to return to the Parisian club

PSG intends for the 20-year-old midfielder to return to the French capital to be part of Luis Enrique's squad. / RONNY HARTMANN/GettyImages
PSG intends for the 20-year-old midfielder to return to the French capital to be part of Luis Enrique's squad. / RONNY HARTMANN/GettyImages / RONNY HARTMANN/GettyImages
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Over the years, Xavi Simons' signing at such a young age in the capital of France has been a constant uncertainty regarding the future of the Dutch footballer. Although, at just 20 years old, his future is too promising not to establish himself with Paris Saint-Germain.

For the upcoming season, a return to Paris seems almost certain, as his performances at Leipzig have led PSG to be interested in having Xavi be one of the players to lead Luis Enrique's project in the club's future.

Fabrizio Romano has confirmed in recent days that PSG continues to seek Xavi Simons' return to the French club, where they will continue formal discussions with the 20-year-old player to have him in the squad for the 2024/25 season.

Xavi Simons with a notable performance in Germany with Leipzig

His current season with Leipzig in Germany has been unparalleled. At just 20 years old, Xavi Simons has accumulated 26 appearances in the Bundesliga, scoring 7 goals and providing 9 assists this season.

In addition to these statistics, the Dutch midfielder already has his first title in Germany, winning the German Supercup against Bayern Munich in a 3-0 victory, where he played 78 minutes in this match.

Xavi Simons' future seems to be getting closer to the French capital, where his transfer belongs to Paris Saint-Germain.

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With an ideal takeoff in his footballing career, the desire for Xavi Simons to lead the midfield is undeniable, and PSG will seek in any way to retain and welcome him into their squad led by Luis Enrique.

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