Tottenham has rejected PSG in advanced discussions to sign the 17 million-pound colossus

Tottenham has rejected PSG in advanced discussions to sign the 17 million-pound colossus ...

PSG is said to be in advanced discussions to sign RB Leipzig defender Nordi Mukiele, who was previously offered to Tottenham earlier in the transfer window.

According to LEquipe, the Ligue 1 champions are in discussions with the east German side to sign Mukiele, with the report stating that a preliminary agreement has been reached on personal terms, with a transfer fee being PSG's last obstacle in acquiring the Bundesliga star.

Mukiele has been one of Leipzig's most impressive and consistent players since joining the club in 2018, yet the defensive colossus appears to be preparing to leave Germany this summer, with PSG in discussions to sign the 24-year-old, with Tottenham already refusing to sign the Frenchman.

Despite the defenders' incredible versatility and his record in the Bundesliga, reports suggest Tottenham were offered the chance to sign Mukiele for only 17 million euros this summer.

Mukiele is experienced in both playing as a centre-back and as a right-back, a talent that has captured the attention of PSG as they try to rebuild their squad under new manager Christophe Galtier, and the former Montpellier star might make a fantastic addition.

Mukiele has played in both Ligue 1 and the UEFA Champions League, and the defender has a solidness to him that would make him a welcomed presence in the PSG dressing room, much to the dismay of Tottenham, who may now be regretting rejecting the 24-year-old earlier this summer.

Due of Tottenham's negligence, PSG might strike a deal with Mukiele.

If the French giants sign the defender who was rejected by Tottenham, Mukiele will often be regarded as an underrated defender in the Bundesliga. Galtiers' arrival at PSG, as well as sporting director Luis Campos, will surely put the defender at the forefront of the European footballing scene.

Mukiele is on the verge of becoming a legend in the French capital for years.

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