Six arrivals, more than twenty departures, the eventful transfer window of PSG – Canal Supporters PSG 24-7

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The summer transfer window officially closed at 11 p.m. in France. Lhe PSG was one of the players in this transfer window. The Parisian leaders recruited six players (Vitinha, Hugo Ekitike, Nordi Mukiele, Renato Sanches, Fabian Ruiz and Carlos Soler) and managed to part with virtually all of the undesirables. Only problem, the non-recruitment of an additional central defender. One hour after the end of the transfer window, a short summary of all the movements made within PSG.

The arrivals

  • Vitinha : Arrived from FC Porto. Contract until June 2027. Transfer fee: 41 million euros
  • Hugo Ekitike : Arrived from Stade de Reims. Loan with purchase obligation of 36 million euros
  • Nordic Mukiele : Arrived from RB Leipzig. Contract until June 2027. Transfer amount estimated at 15 million euros
  • Renato Sanches : Arrived from Lille. Contract until June 2027. Transfer amount estimated at 10 million euros plus 3 million bonuses
  • Fabian Ruiz. Arrived from Naples. Contract until June 2027. Estimated transfer fee of 22 million euros
  • Carlos Soler : Arrived from Valencia. Contract until June 2027. Transfer amount estimated at 17 million euros plus 5 million bonuses.

Departures

  • Arnaud Kalimuendo : Start at Stade Rennais. Contract until June 2027. Transfer amount estimated between 20 and 25 million euros.
  • Thilo Kehrer : Start at West Ham. Contract until June 2026 with two more years optional. Transfer amount estimated at 12 million euros plus bonuses.
  • Alphonse Areola : Start at West Ham. Contract until June 2027. The English club has exercised the purchase option estimated between 9 and 12 million euros
  • Idrissa Gueye : Start at Everton. Contract until June 2024 plus an optional year. Transfer amount estimated at 10 million euros.
  • Julian Draxler : Departure to Benfica. Paying loan of 2.5 million without purchase option.
  • Marcin Bulka : Departure to Nice. The Niçois have exercised the purchase option of two million euros attached to his loan.
  • Abdou Diallo : Start at RB Leipzig. Loan with purchase option estimated at 25 million euros
  • Leandro Paredes : Departure for Juventus Turin. Loan with purchase option which can become an obligation of €22.6 million plus 3 million euros in bonuses.
  • Angel Di Maria : Free of any contract, he signed a one-year contract plus an optional year at Juventus.
  • xavi simons : Free of any contract, he signed a five-year contract with PSV Eindhoven
  • Innocent Garrison : Departure from Eupen. Contract until June 2025. Transfer amount not filtered.
  • Anfane Ahamada : Loan to FC Martigues. End of contract on June 30, 2023 with PSG
  • Georginio Wijnaldum : Departure for AS Roma. Loan with purchase option which may become an obligation to purchase estimated at 8 million euros depending on the team.
  • Ander Herrera : Departure for Athletic Bilbao. Loan with purchase option.
  • Colin Dagba : Departure to Strasbourg. Loan without purchase option. Still under contract until June 2025 with PSG
  • Layvin Kurzawa : Start at Fulham. Loan without purchase option
  • Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe : Departure to Eintracht Frankfurt. Loan with purchase option of 6.5 million euros.
  • Edward Michut : Departure to Sunderland. Loan with purchase option of 5 million euros plus a buyout clause.
  • Thierno Balde : Departure for Troyes. Contract until June 2027. Transfer amount not specified
  • Nathan Bitumazala : Departure to Eupen Contract until June 2026. Transfer amount not specified.
  • Denis Franchi : Departure for Burnley. Contract until June 2025. Transfer amount not specified.
  • Tidjany Toure : Departure for Feyenord Rotterdam. Contract until June 2023 with two additional years optional. Transfer amount not specified.
  • Moutanaby Bodiang : Loaned without purchase option to Puy Foot 43 Auvergne (National 1)
  • Kenny Nagera : Loan with purchase option in Lorient
  • Wilson Odobert : He signed his first professional contract for 3 years, ie until June 2025, with Troyes.

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