PSG have wanted to see the back of several players during the January transfer window, yet there’s been no rush out of the Paris club yet.
The only departure the Ligue 1 side have managed to confirm is that of Rafinha, who has been sent back to Spain and loaned to Real Sociedad. Ahead of the window, some reports in France insisted Mauricio Pochettino’s side could look to send seven players away before the end of the winter market, and they’ll need to hurry if that is still the aim.
Abdou Diallo is of interest to West Ham United, report RMC.
The 25-year-old can play either in central defence or at left-back, and has made 13 appearances so far this season. He has a contract lasting until June 2024, and it’s thought David Moyes side would be interested in a loan move, rather than a permanent transfer.
RMC make it clear that there’s been no concrete discussions so far between the Hammers and PSG, although it’s also stated that an offer from the Premier League club could arrive before the end of January.
Given there’s now three weeks left of the market, that offer will have to arrive quickly.