PSG are considering signing Bayern Munich defender Lucas Hernández. that writes L’Equipe.
The report states that the French champions want to sign a left-footed player for central defense next season. In addition to Aymeric Laporte from Manchester City, Hernandez is also a candidate for the PSG bosses around the sporting advisor Luis Campos.
At PSG, Campos wants the formation to be permanently changed to a 3-5-2 in the coming season and because the future of Sergio Ramos (contract expires) and Presnel Kimpembe (bound until 2024) is unclear looking for new staff. Inter Milan’s Milan Skriniar has already signed a new defensive signing for the summer.
It’s not the first time Hernández has been linked with a transfer to the Seine. 2020 reported the Spanish radio station Cadena Serthat there were talks between Hernandez and PSG. However, the defender later denied this when he Telefoot made it clear: “I had no contact – neither I nor my advisor.”
Hernández is under contract with FC Bayern until 2024. The Munich would like to extend, and loud sky should also be reported as soon as it has been completed. Accordingly, there was a breakthrough in the talks. Hernández, who is currently recovering from a serious knee injury, is expected to sign with the German record champions until 2027.
Hernández joined Atlético Madrid from CF Rayo Majadahonda in 2007. There he made the leap to the professionals and developed into a top performer under Diego Simeone. In 2019, FC Bayern made Hernández the most expensive transfer in club history with a transfer fee of 80 million euros.
Due to a torn muscle and a cruciate ligament injury sustained at the World Cup, Hernández only made eleven appearances for FCB this season. He scored one goal and provided an assist.