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Who will leave PSG this summer? Ramos, Ruiz, Soler...

Campos has been criticised during his spell with PSG and will likely sell to buy at the Parc des Princes.

Update:
Así es la fortuna de Sergio Ramos
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After Champions League elimination last week, PSG are looking to the summer transfer window ahead of the 2023-24 campaign. French news outlet L’Équipe report that players including Juan Bernat, Fabián Ruiz, Renato Sanches and Carlos Soler could all leave the club.

Last week AS reported that sporting advisor Luís Campos and head coach Christophe Galtier will be kept in their roles at the Ligue 1 side until the end of the current campaign. Campos will get another transfer window to prove himself as a shrewd operator in the market.

Campos has been criticised for several signings at the French club and will likely sell to buy at the Parc des Princes, due to the club’s current Financial Fair Play situation. Former Valencia captain Soler scored in the side’s 2-1 victory over Brest on Saturday night - a win that keeps them top of the table - 10 points clear of Marseille in second place.

The Spain international is playing for his future in Paris, however, a player of his ability won’t be short of suitors this summer if Campos decides to part ways with the talented creator. Other squad players at PSG could be happy to leave and become key members of other teams around Europe.

Brest defender Achraf Dari (L) with Paris Saint-Germain's Spanish defender Sergio Ramos during the match between Brest and Paris Saint-Germain.
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Brest defender Achraf Dari (L) with Paris Saint-Germain's Spanish defender Sergio Ramos during the match between Brest and Paris Saint-Germain.LOIC VENANCEAFP

Ramos to leave?

Sergio Ramos may have played his last ever Champions League game. The Spanish centre-back was impressive in the two European legs against Bayern but has yet to receive a new contract offer with his current deal in Paris set to expire in June. Ramos has been previously linked with a big-money move to the Saudi PRO League, but has proved this season that he can still compete at the highest level.

It remains to be seen if Bernat, Ruiz and Sanches will be sold or if they will be given more time alongside Kylian Mbappé and Co.