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PSG - Bakayoko is expensive: Bennacer and Pellegrini the alternative

27.05.2020 14.46 by Chiara Biondini  read 348

According to Le10Sport, PSG would have given up on Tiemoué Bakayoko, the midfielder of Monaco but of Chelsea property. The Coronavirus emergency has severely reduced the economic possibilities, making the investment impossible.

The French club could therefore study other tracks, as Ismael Bennacer of Ac Milan and Lorenzo Pellegrini of As Roma.

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