Transfer news: PSG wants to dash the hopes of Premier League clubs by signing German star

In today's transfer news, PSG has entered the race to sign German star Joshua Kimmich from Bayern Munich. Many Premier League clubs are also in the race.
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The relationship between Joshua Kimmich and Thomas Tuchel at Bayern is not a good one and every club in Europe knows that one of the best midfielders in the game currently is looking to leave the German giant. Therefore, it is expected that so many clubs across Europe will be looking to sign Kimmich. And, among interested clubs, the names of many Premier League clubs will appear. The links of Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Liverpool are all being mentioned as admirers of the German midfielder. But, according to Sky Sports, French giant, PSG is now ready to make a move for the 28-year-old and shatter the hopes of Premier League club of signing one of the best midfielders of the modern era. Thus, the transfer news about PSG entering the race to sign Joshua Kimmich is going to be an interesting one to follow.

Transfer news: PSG to rival Premier League clubs for Kimmich

Premier League fans know that PSG has the money to sign players that they want. And, they have a very competent team in place that deals with transfers. Therefore, if PSG is showing interest in Kimmich, then there is a huge chance that the German midfielder might join them. However, if Joshua Kimmich likes to push himself and prove that he is the best, then he would surely love to play in the best league in the world which is the Premier League. As so many Premier League clubs, including the big names, are interested in signing Kimmich, the transfer race will heat up. However, the Financial Fair Play restrictions might prevent most Premier League clubs from going for Joshua Kimmich. So, let's wait and watch which Premier League clubs can give PSG a run for their money during the transfer race of Joshua Kimmich.