According to reports from Sky Sports Italy, Parma is competing with Turin and Atlanta for talented center Marcos Paul. Milan and Barcelona have been following Paul this summer.
The 19-year-old Marcos Paul plays for Brazilian powerhouse Fluminense. He can serve as a center or a winger. He has comprehensive skills and is a player that the major European giants are paying attention to. His contract with the club will expire in 2021. The contract contains a termination fee clause worth 45 million euros, but Fluminense is willing to sell him for 15 million euros to avoid a shortage of people and money.
Parma is now looking for a forward player with high potential, introducing and training, and is competing with Atlanta for Paul. Although born in Brazil, Paul has Portuguese nationality, so Parma does not need to consider the issue of foreign aid quotas.
In the 2019-20 season, Paul played 21 times for Fluminense, contributing 2 goals and 3 assists. AC Milan, Lazio, Lille, Lyon and Barcelona are all paying attention to Paul.