According to an ESPNFC report, Paris Saint-Germain is willing to listen to offers on United States Men’s National Team winger/forward Timothy Weah. The report stresses that PSG isn’t actively looking to offload the 19-year-old, however the club is prepared to sell him if it receives a satisfactory offer. Weah’s contract expires in June 2021. The ESPNFC report mentions a few Ligue 1 clubs, including Strasbourg, are interested in Weah. The possibility of a return to Celtic FC also exists.
Potential suitors Strasbourg are currently 11th in Ligue 1 with two games remaining and have scored 57 goals, which is fourth-most in the league. While Weah is a promising talent, PSG has a world-class group of attackers consisting of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Angel Di Maria, and Edinson Cavani.
Weah made four appearances this season for PSG and scored two goals before joining Celtic on loan in January. He scored four goals and recorded one assist in fourteen appearances for Celtic. Celtic won the Scottish Premier League, but Weah saw his playing time drastically decline when manager Brendan Rodgers was replaced by Neil Lennon in late February after leaving to join Leicester City. He has a great opportunity to impress clubs while participating for the United States U-20s at the U-20 World Cup.
This will definitely be something to watch this summer...where do you think Tim Weah will end up?