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‘Dutch goalscorer’ buyout amount ‘just $8.6 billion’, ‘strong contender’ for Lee to join PSG

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), who have been “heavily” linked with South Korea’s next ace, Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca), are interested in signing a 2003-born supernova whose position overlaps with Lee’s.

According to, there is no reason for PSG not to trigger the buy-back clause for Xavi Simons (20-PSV Eindhoven).

Based on information from transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the publication said that Paris Saint-Germain could bring Simmons back by paying PSV only €6 million for the month of July.

In a market where the estimated transfer fee for England midfielder Declan Rice (West Ham) is £150 million, €6 million is considered a modest fee.

Simmons is a former FC Barcelona youth product who made a surprise move to Paris Saint-Germain’s youth team in 2019 and played for the first team in the 2021-2022 season.

After failing to break into the star-studded squad that included Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, Simmons signed a five-year contract with Eindhoven last summer.

“It’s great to train with superstars,” he said, “but I’m at an age where I need regular game time. It turned out to be the right decision. With PSV head coach Ruud van Nistelrooy’s full trust in him, Simons became a regular in the attacking midfield and exploded with potential, finishing joint top scorer in the Eredivisie with 19 goals (34 games).토토사이트

According to, there is no reason why Paris Saint-Germain shouldn’t bring the 2003 graduate back for a fee of €6 million.

Van Nistelrooy’s departure after just one season at the helm following a falling out with the club could also affect Simmons’ future.

‘’ said in the article, “Marco Asensio is set to join Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent when his contract with Real Madrid expires on June 30. Inter Milan’s Milan Škriniar and Mallorca star Lee Kang-i are also expected to join Paris Saint-Germain. Paris Saint-Germain is focused on signing players who will improve the overall balance of the squad,” the club wrote.

Lee Kang-in appears to be a lock for a move to Paris Saint-Germain. During the June A-match, reports surfaced that Lee had already completed his medical in Paris. Lee has remained tight-lipped about the move.

If Lee does end up in a Paris jersey, as reported by local media, and Simmons returns to the Parc des Princes (home of Paris Saint-Germain), competition between the two is inevitable.

Lee and Simmons’ positions overlap. The Dutch international is primarily a central attacking midfielder, but like Lee, he can also play on the flanks and as a shadow striker. It would be better for Paris Saint-Germain not to bring Simons back to the club to help him adjust.

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