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A Parisian titi soon at the Sang et Or?

by archyw

Used to releasing its young people in the summer transfer window, Paris Saint-Germain could still give up one to Racing Club de Lens. A young PSG midfielder would be in the sights of RCL.

A young PSG midfielder still on the start?

After completing four XXL arrivals, Paris Saint-Germain has just recorded the departure of a young midfielder. Just 16 years old, Abdoulaye Kamara signed his first professional contract with Borussia Dortmund. Like him, another youngster from PSG is announced on departure this summer. According to information from Foot Market, the capital club could still give in Junior Dina Ebimbe. The 20-year-old midfielder was optionally loaned to Dijon FCO last season. The Ile-de-France club has asserted its “right of veto” to repatriate its titi despite the desire of the DFCO to recruit him definitively.

A nice sale in the pipes for Dina Ebimbe?

Junior Dina Ebimbe announced on departure for Paris

During his loan to Dijon, Junior Dina Ebimbe gained playing time. The Parisian titi notably played 30 Ligue 1 matches, including 25 starts, for a goal and an assist. Enough to convince PSG to repatriate at the end of the season. If he is still under contract with the club of the capital until 2023, the young midfielder should not go to the end of his lease. The online media indeed reveals that the Parisian management plans to extend it before selling it definitively this summer. The objective of Paris being to obtain a more substantial transfer fee for Dina Ebimbe. Thus the Racing Club de Lens would be on the lookout to recover the player. The Sang et Or are looking for an environment to anticipate the possible departure of Cheick Doucouré. Interests of Saint-Etienne, Bristol City, Birmingham, Nottingham Forest and Hoffenheim were also mentioned by the same source. As a reminder, the vice-champion of France must (a lot) sell this summer. This is to balance its accounts and avoid new sanctions linked to financial fair play.

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