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PSG reignite interest in Theo Hernandez with huge offer ready


Paris Saint-Germain have not given up on signing Theo Hernandez and are ready to make a sizeable offer, according to a report.

According to what is being reported by El Nacional (via Calciomercato.com), Mauricio Pochettino and the PSG management are not satisfied with the current left-back options Juan Bernat and Nuno Mendes which is why they have kept Theo on the list of targets.

The paper claims that the Parisians are more serious this time than they have been with previous interest and want to put €60m on the table for the France international in a bid to convince not only Theo that he would become a key player for them, but also to persuade Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara to sell for three times what they bought him for.

MilanNews reported late last month that Maldini and Massara have tabled an offer worth €4m per year to extend Theo’s deal, excluding bonuses. Considering that the former Real Madrid man currently earns €1.5m, it’s certainly a huge step up, with a response expected soon.


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