Paris Saint Germain considering shock move for Liverpool star James Milner

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PSG considering shock move for Liverpool star James Milner with veteran midfielder yet to sign new deal

  • Paris Saint Germain have been linked with a surprise move for James Milner 
  • The veteran midfielder is entering the final months of his Liverpool contract 
  • PSG are set for a overhaul with several players including Adrien Rabiot moving 
  • Milner is set to feature in the Champions League final for Liverpool in Madrid 

Paris Saint Germain have been linked with a shock move for Liverpool midfielder James Milner, who is entering the final months of his Anfield deal.

Milner could be making his final appearance for the Reds as they face Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid.

Should he not sign a new deal, Milner will be available for free this summer and the Parc Des Princes could become an option.

Paris Saint Germain have been linked with a shock move for Liverpool midfielder James Milner

Paris Saint Germain have been linked with a shock move for Liverpool midfielder James Milner

The Parisians are set to have an overhaul this summer with talent just as Adrien Rabiot moving on to pastures new.

As part of the changes, experience may be sought which opens up the possibility of Milner moving to the French capital, as report the Sun.

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The Parisians have already moved quickly during the transfer window, and are expected to soon announce the arrival of Ander Herrera from Manchester United.

Milner will be available for free this summer with his Anfield deal soon set to expire

Milner will be available for free this summer with his Anfield deal soon set to expire

Following a season which ultimately ended in European failure, PSG once more retained their title and continued Ligue 1 dominance.

Manager Thomas Tuchel has extended his contract at the French champions for another year until June 2021, despite a disappointing second half of the season.

The German coach replaced Unai Emery on a two-year deal last summer and helped PSG defend its league title this season. 



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