Argentine midfielder DC United, who plays in the MLS, could sign PSG in the last hours of the transmission window.
Without losing confidentiality, few people in Europe and more followers of the Paris SG recognized the existence of Luciano Acosta this Thursday morning. But the Argentine midfielder for 24 years could be invited as a startling newcomer to the Paris club by the end of the transmission window scheduled Thursday night. Information revealed Whashington Post Thursday is evidence of extensive contacts between PSG and DC United and Argentina would even fly to Europe to complete the transfer. Everything but chances, but MLS player has the same agent as Leandro Paredes, the first rookie in Paris during the winter transmission window.
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10 goals and 17 assists in MLS with DC United
One question remains: who is Luciano Acosta? Formed by Boca Juniors, the right goalie is considered a dribbling and entered the ranks of a Paris team for Neymar's long injury, missing at least until the beginning of April. If his arrival becomes a reality, he should not immediately put the costume holder in consideration of his pedigree and his future partners in a series of attacks like Di Maria, Mbappé or Draxler. An assault pocket player (1.60 m), which could also use the left leg, could land Acosta against 9 million euros. The amount that is largely in line with PSG is more than ever under the pressure of Fair Play Financial.
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At the age of 24 and without any choice in Argentina, Luciano Acosta comes out of a consistent season alongside Wayne Rooney under the colors of DC United. With 10 gates, 17 assistants and meetings in the 11th MLS, a native of Buenos Aires could land with great confidence on the side of Paris. Reinforcing, however, that would not solve the needs of French champions in the middle of the defensive and the new recruiting that Thomas Thuchel drew in this winter due to the injuries of Verratti, the probable Diarra and Rabiot,