Timothy Weah is heading to the vice-champion club of France. As revealed by the team on Wednesday morning, the 19-year-old striker PSG should be sold in Lille in the coming days. According to our information, the two clubs are in advanced discussions but the American international, who participated in the U-20 World Cup with the United States, already agrees with the Losc.
The North club offers a five-year contract, until June 2024. Currently engaged with Paris until June 2021, the son of George, former scorer of PSG and now president of Liberia, should be sold for a fee around 7 to 8 million euros. The agreement will also include a large percentage for resale in favor of PSG, such as transfers from Jonathan Ikoné to Lille or Giovani Lo Celso to Betis Sevilla.
Trained at PSG, Timothy Weah has been on loan since January to Celtic Glasgow, where he has scored 4 goals in 17 games, in all competitions. A champion of Scotland and France this season, he would leave Paris having played only six professional matches (for two goals).