PSG seem to be preparing for the eventual departure of Carlo Ancelotti, shortly after he guided the French club to the Ligue One title.
Dunga is being tipped to take over in France and that’s bad news for plenty of Premier League sides. Here are five Brazilian players he might try and sign for his new team.
There is plenty of press speculation that Chelsea’s David Luiz could be leaving the club this summer.
He’s being linked with a move to Spain but if PSG can tempt him with a bigger deal and pay a bigger fee, he could jump at the chance to work with the former coach of the national team.
It would take one hell of a deal for Chelsea to even consider selling Oscar because he’s been that effective in a blue shirt so far.
Oscar personifies everything that a creative and attacking midfielder should represent. However, his popularity with Chelsea supporters and the way he’s settled at Stamford Bridge means any move could be fruitless by PSG unless it’s a huge offer.
Manchester United’s right back was arguably the best in his position last season, which makes him an attractive player for any team.
United may be willing to entertain an offer for Rafael because they have Phil Jones and Chris Smalling who can both play in that position. Rafael may be willing to try anything to try and get into the national side.
Liverpool’s Lucas has been remarkably consistent in his holding role at Anfield in the recent past.
Liverpool are in a financial position where they may not be able to fend off a mega money offer from PSG, which makes it difficult for the club to decide whether to take such an offer or continue backing Brendan Rodgers.
Similarly to Lucas, Sandro breaks up the play effectively, protects the back four and protects the players in and around him in the midfield.
Sandro could be tempted into a move through the fact that PSG could offer him the chance to play in the Champions League, which Tottenham can’t as they missed out to Arsenal.
PSG are watching Monaco spending a lot of cash at the moment so it’s only a matter of time until they spend some of their own.
Which Brazilians do you think Dunga would target?
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