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PSG prepare huge bid for Napoli midfielder; the details
29/12/2018, 10:45
According to what has been reported by the Corriere della Sera today, PSG are preparing an €80m bid for Napoli midfielder Allan; amongst rumours that PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot is just one step away from agreeing a deal to join Barcelona in the summer, when his current contract with the French champions expires.

It is thought that Allan is the Parisiens' number one priority to replace their outgoing Frenchman and this could lead to somewhat of a domino effect; with Napoli then prepared to offer Rog, Ounas and €20m to secure the services of Cagliari's young starlet Nicolo Barella.

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