Transfer window – PSG: Luis Enrique has signed a transfer for €20M

Transfer window – PSG: Luis Enrique has signed a transfer for €20M
Transfer window – PSG: Luis Enrique has signed a transfer for €20M

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Transfer window – PSG: Luis Enrique has signed a transfer for €20M

Published on July 3, 2024 at 06:15

With a Master’s degree in international law, I realized at the end of my university studies that it was important to work in a field that you enjoy. Overnight, I decided to put an end to my parents’ dream of me becoming a future lawyer, to live my passion: sports. Since then, I have been covering transfer windows and sports news, trying to inform readers as best I can.

In great difficulty this season, Nordi Mukiele should not wear the PSG jersey next season. The 26-year-old right-back has an exit voucher this summer and could leave the Parisian club in the event of an offer of between €15 and €20 million according to exclusive information from 10Sport.com.

Nordi Mukiele has had a very strange season. The French international has been used very little by Luis Enriqueboth in the Champions League and in the championship. We know very well that it is not easy when you do not play much. I am well aware that I was not good but that is part of football. ” had confided Mukiele last May.

Luis Enrique doesn’t want it anymore

Football is also made of changes of trajectory, of forced departures sometimes too. And this should affect Nordi Mukiele. According to exclusive information from 10Sport.com revealed this Monday, the player of PSG does not fit into the plans of Luis Enrique.

Bayern Munich had ticked his name

Under contract until June 2027 with the PSG, Mukiele has an exit voucher. Despite the right-back’s discretion in recent months, the Parisian club hopes to recover a check of between €15 and €20 million in this case. We recall that the Bayern Munich wanted to welcome him last January before finally betting on Sacha Boey.

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