Last week, Paris Saint-Germain manager Christophe Galtier announced that his club were in the transfer market, looking to bring in a winger. His criteria were pretty specific: "We’re looking for a wide player... one who’s tall, strong, good with both feet and with his head."
PSG, of course, have a limitless budget, but Galtier's requests are precise and perhaps limited to very few players in world football. Ironically, PSG probably already have the best in Kylian Mbappe, who is, by some distance, the world's most complete goalscorer who can be utilised on the flank.
So, realistically, who could the Ligue 1 champions buy to satisfy their manager's necessities? A few players that either meet, or come close to meeting those criteria come to mind. Cody Gakpo comes to mind, but he recently signed for Liverpool. Sadio Mane is a similarly enticing option, but he is out injured and has only been playing for Bayern for six months.
Marcus Rashford, too, fits the bill, but Erik ten Hag has made it clear that the player is basically untouchable.
But there are some players out there who PSG could theoretically bring in. They have already shown interest in both Rayan Cherki and Malcom, both of whom fit the manager's requests in some senses. GOAL takes a look at a few others who could make an impact immediately and in the long run.