Madrid Ready To Table Boli Bid?

Reports in the French press are strongly linking Real Madrid with PSG youngster Yannick Boli, with a paltry €1 million transfer fee reportedly offered, though the Parisian club are unlikely to let go of one of their brightest hopes.Though he may not have played even half an hour of Ligue 1 football with PSG, 20 year-old forward Boli has been strongly linked with a switch to the Spanish giants after developing a reputation as one to watch for the future. The speculation was given further credence when the the player’s agent and uncle, Roger Boli, told l’Equipe, “This is not a rumour; it is concrete. He will sign for three years.” PSG manager Paul Le Guen has, however, laughed off these assertions, claiming that he does not possess the offensive power to allow a forward to leave, despite the recent signing of Serbian international Mateja Kezman. Further to the head coach’s comments, an anonymous director told FootMercato, “There is no chance of us selling him for €1 million, it is too silly to discuss. If they offered us €12 million then we might discuss it with them.” spoke to Roger Boli after his original comments were made. He claimed that his nephew is currently undervalued at the Parc des Princes. “Yannick earns €4,000 per month, so about €2,000 Net,” Boli senior revealed, “When we asked for a small wage revision, PSG rejected us, leaving Yannick disappointed. “He is a thoroughbred Parisian and PSG is the club of his heart. Whether he goes to Real Madrid or elsewhere, I just want him to be happy.” It seems that PSG are planning on keeping Boli on for a little longer as comparisons with David N’Gog’s move to Liverpool were wholly rejected by the aforementioned anonymous director. “The case of David Ngog was a little different,” the mystery person is quoted as saying, “We took stock of him and felt that he would not progress any more with us and that he needed to leave.”


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