As FC Barcelona strategizes to fill the void left by Gavi in the midfield, the Catalan club is reportedly exploring options, with two players from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) on their radar. The primary targets for Barcelona are identified as Pablo Torre, currently on loan at Girona, and two PSG midfielders, Fabián Ruiz and Carlos Soler.
Pablo Torre, already associated with a potential return from loan to address the vacant midfield position, is seen as an economically advantageous option, even though immediate imposition as a starter might be unlikely given his limited playing time at Girona this season.
However, according to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona is considering alternative options, both of which involve potential moves from PSG. Fabián Ruiz and Carlos Soler have emerged as candidates to replace Gavi from January onwards. The interest in these PSG midfielders adds an intriguing layer to Barcelona’s transfer plans.
Fabián Ruiz, known for his technical ability and vision in midfield, and Carlos Soler, a versatile player capable of contributing both defensively and offensively, could offer Barcelona different dimensions in the midfield area. However, the success of any potential move hinges on PSG’s willingness to negotiate and part ways with either player.
The timing of Barcelona’s pursuit coincides with PSG facing its own challenges, such as the absence of Warren Zaïre Emery for several weeks. Whether PSG is open to selling either Fabián Ruiz or Carlos Soler remains a key question, and negotiations between the two clubs will likely unfold in the coming weeks.
As the transfer window approaches, Barcelona’s efforts to secure a suitable replacement for Gavi intensify, and the choice between the internal option of Pablo Torre and the potential acquisitions from PSG adds an element of intrigue to the ongoing transfer saga. Football enthusiasts await official announcements and further developments as the January transfer window draws near.