As reported via Florian Plettenberg, PSG have agreed personal terms with Eintracht Frankfurt forward Randal Kolo Muani.
As previously understood, the 24-year-old is now pushing for a move to the French champions, despite hinting that he would be willing to stay earlier on in the summer. However, with the Parisians set to lose Kylian Mbappé, PSG are in desperate need to replace their star forward.
After flirting with the idea of making a move for Kolo Muani in recent weeks, PSG are making their move, and there is a verbal agreement in principle now between the player and the club. Kolo Muani has informed Frankfurt officials of his desire to leave, and it is now down to the two clubs to agree on a fee for his signature.
Nevertheless, Die Adler’s sporting director Markus Krösche has stuck by his guns throughout the transfer window, and he will not change his mind now. PSG will have to make an official offer in excess of €100m euros if they are to sign the 24-year-old.
However, Kolo Muani’s management have indicated that this is not a realistic price tag and PSG will look to negotiate the price down. Frankfurt have already begun looking for a successor and they have identified Elye Wahi from Montpellier.
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