PSG expect to lose either Mbappe or Neymar as they continue Sanchez interest



Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly preparing to lose one of either Kylian Mbappe or Neymar as they prepare to bring Alexis Sanchez to the club.

The French giants are bracing for offers for superstar forwards Mbappe and Neymar – especially if they fail to progress from their Champions League group.

PSG are currently third behind Napoli and Liverpool in the European competition, and despite boasting a 100 per cent record and leading their domestic league by eight points, it would be unlikely to see the highly rated duo remain in Paris.

According to the Sun, if they were to depart the club would be desperately targeting a similarly big name to replace them.

As Mirror Football revealed last week, Sanchez is aiming to leave Manchester United in January.

PSG are his most likely to be his destination, with the Ligue 1 champions one of the few clubs to be able to shell out for his £500,000-a-week wages.

United would command a huge transfer fee for the Chilean, despite picking him up in a swap deal for Arsenal-bound Henrikh Mkhitaryan last season.

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