French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly set their eyes on RB Leipzig forward Christopher Nkunku as a potential summer transfer target. The starlet is am academy graduate of PSG who broke into the first team racking up a total of 78 first appearances.
Nkuku's rise to the ranks has seen him become a transfer target to European giants including Chelsea. The 24-year-old was lethal last season netting a whooping 35 goals and laying on 20 more assists from 52 appearances across all competitions.
The Blues were keeping tabs on him over the summer transfer window and we're keen on bringing the starlet to Stamford Bridge. The Blues went ahead to secure ex-Gunner captain, Aubameyang but still hold interest on Nkunku as they view him as his long-term replacement.
Chelsea are willing and ready to meet the player's release clause next summer. However, Fichajes reports that PSG are keen to bring back their former Academy graduate back to Parcs des France at the end of this campaign.
Their interest in their former player comes following uncertainty sorrounding the future of their star players Messiah and Kylian Mbappe with the Frenchman looking likely make as switch elsewhere.
Messi on the other hand has less than a year remaining on his current deal at Parc des France and he is most likely to return to Spain with a reunion with Barça looking certain.
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