SER says the Atlético full-back has a verbal deal in place with Paris Saint-Germain, but that the clubs are well apart in their valuations of the Brazilian.
Atlético Madrid’s Filipe Luis has agreed terms with Paris Saint-Germain over a move to the Ligue 1 giants, the Spanish radio station Cadena SER has revealed.
Brazilian wants out after Uefa Super Cup snub
SER says that the Brazil international left-back, who reportedly wants to leave Atlético after being overlooked for Lucas Hernández in Wednesday’s Uefa Super Cup win over Real Madrid, has verbally agreed to a two-year PSG with the option for a further season.
The 32-year-old, who is now in his eigth season at Alético – spread over two spells – is also said to be unhappy at not being chosen as one of the LaLiga side’s new quartet of club captains following the summer departure of long-serving skipper Gabi Fernández.
PSG and Atleti still to agree fee for defender
However, SER reports that Atlético and PSG remain well apart in their valuations of Filipe Luis, with the Parisians so far willing to offer five million euros but Los Rojiblancos only prepared to do business for a fee of around 12 to 15 million euros.