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PSG are close to agreeing a deal with Fabian Ruiz

PSG are close an signing Fabian Ruiz from Napoli and they have already agreed personal term with the midfielder. PSG sporting director admires this young talent. They are not using Navas for a swap deal to sign him.

The midfielder has less than a year on his contract, fabian has rejected a new deal to stay at Napoli for another year and the italian side will have no other option that to sell one of their most prestigious player last season. The midfielder has been linked to Manchester United but it seems PSG will be its next destination.

Les Parisiens had been set to make a €25m bid for the goalscoring midfielder, while his current club were holding out for €30m. The two clubs are also in talks over a move that would see Keylor Navas go the other way.

Fabian Ruiz will boost the club midfield option after the club released Wijnaldum and Gueye. The French giant already have a defensive midfielder, Renato Sanchez but the addition of the Spanish international will make them a stronger team.

The Napoli manager was aware of his intention to leave, but he did not use him in the opening Serie A matches. Fabian Ruiz has scored 29 goals in 267 appearances. On national duty, the central midfielder made 15 appearances and scored only once.

Napoli have already signed Ndombele on loan from Tottenham. This player is built differently and he is a possible replacement for Ruiz.

Fabian Ruiz

What Age is Fabian Ruiz?

The talented midfielder was born April 3,1996 which implies he is 26 years old. He won born in Los Palacios y Villafranca in Spain.

Is Fabian Ruiz Good?

Ruiz’s style fits into any manager’s plan. He is very good at controlling the midfield and a genius in terms of progressing with the ball.

He can break defences with a single pass and favors low-driven balls towards those players making runs. If he is confronted by attacks from the opponent, Fabian is capable of dealing with the danger.

The Spanish player retains possession more than expected. His ability to play lofted balls behind enemy defenses—typically toward players running from wide positions and moving blindside of the appropriate full-back—is another strength.

He can do this when passes along the ground are unlikely to be successful in a crowded area of the field.

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