PSG Target’s Price Tag Revealed as West Ham Also Eye Jonathan David

PSG Target’s Price Tag Revealed as West Ham Also Eye Jonathan David

Many supporters want Paris Saint-Germain to scoop up Ligue 1 talent rather than having them flourish abroad. One target that the French giants could be eyeing is Lille OSC’s, Jonathan David.

CBS Sports’ Ben Jacobs revealed the latest regarding David’s future and what clubs will be in the mix to land the Candian this summer transfer window.

Jacobs reported on Sunday that Lille expects to sell David this summer and is looking for around €60 million from whichever club is willing to front the money.

PSG and Napoli tracking David. If Osimhen is sold, latter would be very keen. And keep an eye on West Ham. Spurs intent on keeping Kane, but another club that have looked at David before. After CONCACAF Nations League Final, David will start to seriously explore his options.

— Ben Jacobs (@JacobsBen) June 18, 2023

Additionally, David would love a move to the Premier League. However, the top six clubs like Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United are prioritizing other transfer targets for the striker position.

PSG and Napoli are tracking David. If the Serie A side sells Victor Osimhen is sold, they would be very keen. Jacobs then notes that West Ham United is a club to watch this summer. Tottenham Hotspur intends to keep striker Harry Kane, but they are another club that has looked at David.

The 23-year-old should decide on his future after CONCACAF Nations League Final, as he will start to explore his options seriously.

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