Paris Saint-Germain is planning to deal a blow to its Spanish counterpart, Real Madrid, whom the former accuses of negotiating with star Kylian Mbappe, as the French club intends to kidnap the latter’s players, Eduardo Camavinga and Rodrigo.
The relationship between the two clubs is witnessing open tension after Paris Saint-Germain accused its Spanish counterpart of agreeing with Kylian Mbappe to move to its ranks, especially after he refused to extend his contract, which expires at the end of the current season.
According to the Spanish “Defense Central” on Wednesday, Paris Saint-Germain coach Luis Enrique asked his club management to sign Camavinga, the midfielder, and the Brazilian winger Rodrigo.
She continued: Luis Enrique is not satisfied with the squad he has in Paris, as he believes that Camavinga’s arrival will raise the level of the midfield after the departure of Marco Verratti, in addition to making it purely “French”, as for Rodrigo, who can play in all the positions of the front line.
Negotiating between the two parties will not be easy, as Paris is still angry at Real Madrid’s attempts to influence Kylian Mbappe and push him to rebel against the club.