Lamine Yamal will stay at the club despite PSG’s mouth-watering offer to Catalans

Yamal Lamine

According to reports, Barcelona is prepared to reject Paris Saint-Germain’s enormous €200 million bid for youngster Lamine Yamal.

The Ligue 1 team is reportedly willing to spend a lot of money to get Yamal to the French capital, according to Marca. Given that it is largely anticipated that Kylian Mbappe will join Real Madrid in the summer, PSG is looking to add an attacker.

According to the report, Jorge Mendes discussed PSG’s interest in Yamal and their willingness to spend with Joan Laporta this week.

Due to the club’s financial predicament, Barcelona is open to receiving high bids for its players, and there’s no denying that a sum this large would solve many issues.

Nevertheless, given that you already know who is regarded as the greatest talent to have emerged from the academy, Yamal is reportedly of the opinion that Barcelona has no intention of selling.

In addition to reportedly having an unofficial eight-year deal with the team, Yamal inked a new contract with Barca in October that would have carried him through to 2026—the longest he could have signed at the time.

PSG disinterested in Lamine Yamal

Lamine Yamal of FC Barcelona has emerged as a new face in Paris Saint-Germain’s summer preparations, according to a report published on Sunday by MARCA.

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The club’s aggressive €200 million bid for the 16-year-old sensation, which demonstrates their desire for youthful talent, is a reflection of their intense interest in Yamal.

But according to Fabrizio Romano, a transfer window expert, the most recent evidence refutes such rumour. Romano claims that PSG has not yet submitted a formal proposal for Yamal and that no discussions are currently underway.

Romeo’s report further states that Barcelona has no intention of selling Lamine because it has arranged for him to sign a new contract in June 2025, the month of his 18th birthday. Besides, the Parisians have no business chasing the teenager.

Bradley Barcola and Ousmane Dembélé currently hold the role for the capital club. PSG had invested a substantial amount of money on both players, therefore it wouldn’t be ideal to spend additional funds to fill a void.

The club or the player’s team most likely spread this rumour to obtain the upper hand in any negotiations.

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