Tuchel wants to ‘throw a cable’ to Ramos

Tuchel wants to ‘throw a cable’ to Ramos

Presnel Kimpembe is not having his best year in Paris. Indicated in some Champions League games, the 26-year-old French central defender could have his days numbered at PSG, according to ‘L’Équipe’.

And it is that, to Beaumont-sur-Oise He is seduced by the idea of ​​exploring new countries and new championships, so the Chelsea interest, which they echo, with Thomas Tuchel at the helm, comes at the best moment. Or at worst, from the Parisian prism.

We must not forget that, specific doubts aside, we are talking about a fundamental piece within the schemes of Mauricio Pochettino. Key to sustaining a team loaded with talent, but with a defensive work must by the stellar trident: Messi, Neymar and Mbappé have been criticized for their lack of commitment. Kimpembe has already played 21 games at this point, starting five of the six Champions League games.

In this way, his departure would mean that Sergio Ramos, when you manage to leave your physical problems behind, count on one less ‘rival’ when it comes to fighting for the minutes. If everyone is healthy, PSG has Marquinhos, Kimpembe and the camero for two places.

As long as Pochettino did not decide to make use of a back line that, incidentally, would empower wingers with a very long journey such as Achraf and Nuno Mendes. Be that as it may, if Presnel ended up packing his bags, the line of four would remain immovable.

Chelsea context

Chelsea’s interest is understood, in addition to the fact that Tuchel is on the London bench, a great connoisseur of the French from their joint stage in Paris, by the extreme situation that they live in Stamford Bridge in regards to their plants.

Antonio Rüdiger has a foot and a half outside of London, since his renovation does not unravel. Azpilicueta and Christensen also end their contract in June and neither has yet reached an agreement to continue. Only Thiago Silva is close to signing a new contract. A) Yes, Kimpembe could make a couple again with the Brazilian, after having coincided in the Parisian team.

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