PSGs were forced to join their academy last year to meet financial fair play requirements and have since separated from some of the brightest talents in their youth system, such as Diaby, Nkunku, N & soki, Zagre and Weah, who raised 60 million euros for the Parc des Princes,
As a result, many other players who want to profile themselves in Paris have announced that they will leave if they are denied the opportunity to join the first team. One of them is the esteemed 17-year-old midfielder Adil Aouchiche, who broke the record for goals in a single European Under-17 Championship Last summer he plundered nine goals in five games of the tournament in the Republic of Ireland when France reached the semi-finals. Aouchiche are advised to make the breakthrough sooner rather than later, and PSG is currently trying to tie the midfielder to a new contract.
City pursuit of Thiago Silva's heirs Tanguy Kouassi
PSG's seventeen-year-old center-back Tanguy Kouassi is being courted by City, RB Leipzig and RB Salzburg.
The player still has to sign a professional contract with PSG, although talks are currently underway and a recent meeting between his representatives and City has taken place.
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However, PSG is likely to lose more players from their academy as they try to stay one step ahead of the FFP monitors, and Manchester City has reportedly watched Tanguy Kouassi, a 17-year-old center-back, who also shined at under 17 euros and is considered in Paris as one natural successor of Thiago Silva in the PSG back four,
Considered as one of the most promising young defenders in France, Kouassi has yet to sign a professional contract with PSG to make City aware of the opportunity to make a bargain They suffer from their own defensive problems, which they could not adequately replace Vincent Kompany,
Thomas Tuchel has called on Kouassi to be patient and wait for his chance However, the player is anxious to play at the highest level and may be tempted to switch to a club that offers opportunities for the first team in a shorter period than PSG.