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Paris St. Germain set for massive spending spree
Le Parisien (French), December 26th, 2011 11:25PM

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Paris St. Germain is expected to announce the signing of David Beckham, but the Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder is just one of many targets for what could be a massive spending spree.

PSG is first in Ligue 1 at the winter break, but it expected to announce the signing of Italian Carlo Ancelotti as head coach to replace Antoine Kombouare. As many as four players, including Beckham, could be signed. A left back, another midfielder and a striker are being targeted.

Leonardo, PSG's general manager, hopes to convince fellow Brazilian Kaka to leave Real Madrid for Paris. Another possibility is Argentine Carlos Tevez, who is on the way out at Manchester City. Other possible strikers include Marco Borriello (Roma), Brazilian Hulk (Porto) and Leandro Damiao (Internacional) and Ivory Coast's Salomon Kalou (Chelsea).

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  1. Gonzalo Jouan
    commented on: December 30, 2011 at 8:23 a.m.
    Jose Tevez is Carlos brother and he is in jail in Argentina for stealing. Maybe Leandro can pull some contacts, get him out of jail and get him ready to play...


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