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PSG to offload three senior players this summer

PSG are preparing to offload three senior players this summer.

According to 90 Min via L’Equipe, the three players are Angel di Maria, Leandro Paredes and Mauro Icardi.

PSG are planning a major squad reshuffle at the end of another disappointing campaign.

Apart from Lionel Messi, the three Argentine players have been told that they would be allowed to leave the Parisians at the end of the season.

Angel di Maria is in the final few months of his contract with PSG and is not going to be offered a new deal.

The former Real Madrid star has been a vital part of the PSG squad since joining Mauricio Pochettino’s side from Manchester United, but however, he has seen chances dry up since the arrival of Messi in Paris last summer.

Paredes and Icardi, meanwhile, will also be put up for sale at the end of the season.

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