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The French giants are closing in on a deal for the Spanish midfielder


Aug-12 12:17 first published at 12:17 PM

Paris Saint-Germain are close to completing another transfer this summer, as they are set to sign Napoli’s Fabian Ruiz. The Parisians have already strengthened their midfield with the additions of Vitinha and Renato Sanchez this season, and they hope to strengthen it even more with the addition of the Spanish international. PSG Is Interested in Signing Manchester United Forward Marcus Rashford.

Fabian Ruiz is close to joining PSG this summer, according to Fabrizio Romano. Several European heavyweights have been linked with a move for the Spanish midfielder, but the Parisian giants are the favorites to sign him this summer. Juventus Transfer News: The Bianconeri have reached an agreement with PSG’s Leandro Paredes on personal terms.

According to reports, Fabian Ruiz has agreed on personal terms with PSG and will sign a five-year contract with the Ligue 1 club. The midfielder is in the final year of his contract with Napoli, and the Italian club is looking to offload him.

PSG are now in talks with Napoli to agree on a transfer fee for the 26-year-old and are making good progress. The Parisians are negotiating a £21 million deal for the midfielder, who is unwilling to extend his contract with the Italians when it expires next summer.

Keylor Navas is rumored to be on his way out the door as Napoli look to sign a goalkeeper. Since Gianluigi Donnarumma’s arrival at PSG last year, the Costa Rican has been a backup.

Several clubs, including Real Madrid, were interested in signing Fabian Ruiz but decided to wait until the player became a free agent the following year. PSG director Lucas Campos, on the other hand, decided to make a move for the midfielder during this transfer window in order to avoid a bidding war.
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