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PSG director LEONARDO reports on 3-fold star frontline

10.12.2019 10.43 by Claudio Colla  read 623
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As unveiled by France Football report, PSG director of football Leonardo is dealing with the future of all Ligue 1 defending champions big-three frontline names. To this end, while the club are planning the best of their efforts on keeping Kylian Mbappé in, despite all other European A-listers being prone to break in (especially Real Madrid, Juventus, and Manchester City), talks on Neymar saying farewell after three seasons are ongoing, while there's seemingly no will to extend the stay of Edinson Cavani, meant on a free summer move (unless a winter bid doing the trick shows up).

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