Over the past few days, reports linking Ander Herrera with a move to Paris Saint-Germain have cooled down drastically.
The midfielder’s contract with Manchester United will expire after the end of the season and he’s not signed a new deal with his current employer.
On April 23rd, Paris Team reported the Ligue 1 winners’ sporting director Antero Henrique was ‘internally annoyed’ as the Spaniard is still waiting for offers from other clubs after having a ‘verbal agreement’ with PSG.
Friday’s edition of L’Equipe once again reiterates that it is important for Thomas Tuchel’s side to bring in a new midfielder, especially when they have lost Lassana Diarra earlier this season and with Adrien Rabiot leaving the club as a free agent in the summer.
It’s claimed that PSG must bring in two new midfielders and the track leading them to sign Herrera on a free transfer is still active.
However, he has received a ‘substantial offer’ from his former club Athletic Club Bilbao and Herrera finds the offer from the La Liga side attractive.
Lyon’s Tanguy Ndombele is pushed as a player that is attracting a lot of interest from the 20-time English champions and Juventus.
At Manchester United, it could be a case of one in, one out as the Frenchman could take Herrera’s place in the squad in the summer.