PSG: Campos wants to extend three executives

PSG: Campos wants to extend three executives

Luis Campos would have taken it into his head to extend Marquinhos, Presnel Kimpembe and Marco Verratti, even before Lionel Messi. The Parisian leaders would see in them the DNA of PSG and would consider them a priority.

According to information collected by TMW, PSG is ready to make great efforts to extend three of its executives in the coming weeks. Like its leaders, Luis Campos would consider it urgent to secure the services of Marquinhos, Presnel Kimpembe and Marco Verratti in the long term. The three players only have a commitment until 2024. The Parisian team could find themselves in a delicate situation next summer, when the three elements would arrive at one year from the end of their contract. The decision makers of the capital club would be ready to offer them a substantial increase in their remuneration, so as to ensure that they stay. Given their attachment to Paris, neither of them should pose a problem.

The three files would have priority over that of Messi

The 10 Sport specifies that Luis Campos even considers these three extensions to be a priority over that of Lionel Messi. If the Portuguese has made up his mind to keep the Argentinian, he would first like to conclude the signatures of the three mentioned above. Sergio Ramos’ file would also come after.

As a reminder, Marquinhos has been playing under the Parisian tunic since the summer of 2013. The central defender totals a whopping 382 games, 37 goals and 9 assists with PSG. Presnel Kimpembe was trained in the capital club. If he was hampered by physical glitches, this season, the French international has accumulated 231 appearances, in all competitions. Finally, Marco Verratti has played 395 games, for 11 goals and 61 assists, since the summer of 2024.

At PSG, the 2023 extension project is at least as colossal as that of recruitment. Luis Campos seems to want to anticipate his files and conclude those of the executives of the team as soon as possible. Christophe Galtier.