The former French international has a very specific idea on who could replace Kylian Mbappé at PSG.
Kylian Mbappé has yet to extend his contract at PSG, which expires in 2022. And he’s not really sure he will. The French star takes his time when it comes to the choice to make his future, and everything remains possible concerning him.
Parisian officials of course hope to keep their genius. However, they are obliged to anticipate and think about who could fill the void in the event of the departure of the world champion.
So far, no leads have leaked, and that’s certainly because there hasn’t been any breakthrough in this area yet. A certain Bixente Lizarazu allowed himself to give advice to Ile-de-France officials. The former French international thinks of an English goleador to make Bondy’s prodigy forget.
“PSG needs a Lewandowski scorer”
“I would do anything to keep Mbappé. After, if he has to leave and Icardi leaves, obviously Harry Kane would be a great reinforcement for PSG, said Liza during an intervention on Téléfoot. If Icardi is no longer there, you need a center-forward profile who is both a scorer and a player like Lewandowski can do at Bayern ”.
Kane is under contract with Tottenham, but it is rumored that the captain of the Three Lions is no longer very keen to continue his adventure with the Spurs. According to the revelations made this week by the site The Athletic, he will ask for an exit voucher in the event that his training does not obtain qualification for the next Champions League. With the defeat of the day conceded against Manchester United, this scenario seems very plausible.
Lizarazu swept the news of the champions of France by also mentioning the upcoming confrontation against his former club Bayern on the continental stage. “PSG won’t have to suffer so much because Bayern were clumsy in front of goal. Maybe that won’t happen on the return trip. For me, he needs to be a little more consistent in the middle. The Paredes trio -Gueye-Verratti seems to me the best way to resist Bayern a little more “, he stressed. Will Pochettino be of this opinion? Answer Tuesday evening.