French giants Paris Saint Germain are looking to trim down their squad so as to cut down on their wages ahead of the new season and one of the players who is likely to exit the Paris club is Spanish forward Pablo Sarabia.
The 29year old joined from Sevilla in 2019 and is looking increasingly likely to leave this season with his agent already offering him to Besiktas in Turkey over a potential move, according to Turkish media Fotomaç.
Sarabia could prove too costly for Besiktas and also to retain his place in the Spanish national team after representing at Euro2020, he could also consider a return back to Spain where he had formerly played for Real Madrid, Getafe and Sevilla.
Sarabia has three years left in his contract that he signed when he joined the club in 2019 when Thomas Tuchel was the manager so the club will want to receive good money, around $23.6m for him after making four signings so far.
The Parisiens have added four players to their squad, goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma from AC Milan, Sergio Ramos from Real Madrid, Georginio Wijnaldum from Liverpool and Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan.