PSG transfer news, rumours, updates: Julian Nagelsmann will not become the next Paris Saint-Germain head coach

It was another hugely disappointing campaign for Paris Saint-Germain in 2022/23, which saw only France’s historic 11th title from Christophe Galtier’s reign after defeats in the UEFA Champions League and Coupe de France was. The French tactician has been dismissed from his role at Parc des Princes and Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos are confirmed. Kylian Mbappe couldn’t go by without making headlines about him this summer and has told PSG he doesn’t intend to use the final year of his contract, which sees him become a free agent from 2024. There is better news on the signings front Milan Skriniar joined from Inter in January and Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio and Sporting CP’s Manuel Ugarte are close to being officially announced as signings. Lee Kang In has also been linked with the French capital side, while Julian Nagelsmann has established himself as the favorite to be head coach but appears to have retired. So just your usual summer transfer window in Paris…

Julian Nagelsmann retires

June 16 – Although he was seen early on as a favorite to succeed Christophe Galtier as head coach, Julian Nagelsmann and PSG finally broke off negotiations. The German tactician and the French master disagreed on key details and Les Parisiens decided to hold talks with another candidate. Luis Enrique and former PSG midfielder Thiago Motta were linked with the role in the months leading up to Galtier’s sacking.

Interested in Bernardo Silva

June 13 – One name high on PSG’s priority list this summer is that of Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva and the Champions League winner is reportedly already the subject of an intense bidding process from Les Parisiens. L’Equipe’s report named Marco Verratti as a possible substitute for the deal, while Gianluigi Donnarumma and Warren Zaire Emery were also thrown in the ring.

Lee Kang In

June 13 – On the same day that Mbappe’s unexpected news broke, PSG were close to signing Lee Kang In, leaving the South Korea international underwent a medical, according to French reports. The French champions’ summer deal has not yet been officially announced but the 22-year-old could arrive at the Parc des Princes this summer alongside Skriniar, Asensio and Ugarte.

Kylian Mbappe drama

June 13 – Just two days after Neymar’s news, the bang came Mbappe will not extend his PSG stint beyond 2024 That puts pressure on the club to sell this summer lest they lose him on a free transfer. The French superstar insists he is happy to stay in Paris but dismissed reports he was in talks about a new long-term deal after Real Madrid repositioned themselves through president Florentino Perez.

Could Neymar travel to Saudi Arabia?

June 11th — PSG’s next major transfer update came with a visit by a Saudi Arabian delegation to Paris to find out Possibility of a summer move for the Brazilian superstar. Messi’s decision to join Inter Miami in Major League Soccer just days before opened the door for Neymar to become the new face of the Saudi pro- League project will.

Christophe Galtier is dismissed

6th of June – Galtier was not granted a long stay of execution PSG decided to sack the Frenchman just three days after the season-ending loss to Clermont. His sacking had been in the works since exiting UCL and Coupe de France Former Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann was quickly seen as the favorite to succeed Galtier. The German almost immediately caught up at Tottenham Hotspur but his patience rewarded him with a possible immediate Champions League return.

early steps

June 5 – Marco Asensio and Manuel Ugarte’s deals are almost done. Just three days after the end of the Ligue 1 season, PSG sporting agent Luis Campos was busy hammering out the first deals of the summer for Skriniar’s arrival. Asensio was signed by Real as a free agent while Chelsea and former head coach Mauricio Pochettino were defeated in signing Ugarte from Sporting. Both players underwent medical examinations on the same day and it looked like the Parisien rework was off to a good start.

Sergio Ramos leaves

2th of June — Simultaneously with Messi, Ramos said goodbye, who PSG confirmed would leave just 24 hours after Messi’s news. The former Spain international has been praised by the club for his time in Paris and thanked for his contribution, despite having been far from successful on the field in the last two years. Like Messi, he scored 90 points in his last outing and even managed to get the opener after 16 minutes.

Lionel Messi says goodbye

1 June — The big news everyone had been preparing for came ahead of the final Ligue 1 game of the season Galtier confirmed Messi would be playing his last game at PSG at home in Clermont. The Frenchman probably knew it would be his own farewell as well, but the legendary Argentine’s last game at Parc des Princes was the big story and it ended fittingly as the champions blew a two-goal lead to 3-2 against his Midfield lost visitors.

Statement by Kylian Mbappe

28th of May – PSG’s transfer window seemed to start quietly as Mbappe announced he would receive his latest UNFP Best Player award for the 22-23 season he would stay 23-24 for the season. That’s in doubt two weeks later, but PSG had just sealed their Ligue 1 title defense at the time and the France international was yet to upset Les Parisiens’ plans. Messi was absent, watching Coldplay at Barcelona and contemplating his future while the club were still coping with the shocking news that goalkeeper Sergio Rico had been seriously injured in a horse-riding accident.

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