Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Georginio Wijnaldum signs three year agreement with PSG

French giants Paris Saint-Germain have secured the signature of Liverpool star Georginio Wijnaldum pending medicals and official announcement.

Georginio Wijnaldum is reported to have signed a three-year agreement with PSG that is expected to run to June 2024.

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“Georginio Wijnaldum has just signed his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, confirmed and done deal. Medicals pending in the next hours then it’ll be official. Agreement until June 2024.” Said Fabrizio Romano.

The news comes barely a day after the Dutchman is reported to have snubbed an offer by Barcelona who were reluctant to double their offer as compared to PSG who doubled his salary.

“Georginio Wijnaldum has decided to join Paris Saint-Germain. Barcelona have NO intention to raise their bid after they agreement ready by 2 weeks and medicals planned. Gini is now set to accept PSG proposal until 2024 with salary more than doubled” Said Fabrizio.

The French giants are also in discussion with Everton to secure Moise Keane on loan with no interest to secure a permanent deal for the talented youngster.

“PSG are still negotiating with Everton for Moise Kean. As reported days ago it’s only loan proposal and NO permanent transfer, no €40m bid as of today.

The deal is now stalling because Everton want to wait for the new manager before deciding on Kean’s future.” Said Fabrizio

Everton has been adamant to release Moise as they wait the appointment of a new manager to be named even though they have not changed his price tag of 45 million Euros.

“Paris Saint-Germain have asked for Moise Kean on loan [paying a fee as last summer] for one more season. Everton will decide on Kean’s future only after having appointed the new manager – price tag has always been around €45m.” Said Fabrizio

Alex Kiprop
News Moto sports correspondent. Catch up the latest results when they happen and as they happen, locally and international

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