PSG Mercato: Less than two weeks from the end of the transfer window and still eager to slim down, Paris SG is about to settle for a new start.
PSG Mercato: A midfielder about to leave Paris SG
After announcing the departure of Thilo Kehrer for West Ham yesterday, Paris Saint-Germain would be very close to registering another departure in its ranks. Not in Christophe Galtier’s plans and placed on the list of undesirables since the start of the season, the young Éric Junior Dina-Ebimbe Should be the next Parisian to empty his lockers at Camp des Loges. Indeed, according to the latest information from RMC Sports, the 21-year-old midfielder would be closer than ever to a transfer to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Under contract until June 30, 2023, the Titi refuses to extend his contract and Luis Campos has therefore decided to sell it this summer in order to avoid a free departure in twelve months. After several weeks of negotiations, the leaders of PSG and their counterparts in Frankfurt would have agreed on a deal of up to 6 million euros. Moreover, nothing would stand in the way of signing the native of Stains in favor of the German club.
Mercato PSG: Eric Junior Dina-Ebimbe expected in Frankfurt
After RMC Sport, the regional daily Le Parisien confirms this Thursday that the transfer of Éric Junior Dina-Ebimbe from Paris Saint-Germain to Eintracht Frankfurt is imminent. “The next departure of the workforce should concern Eric Junior Dina-Ebimbe. The 21-year-old midfielder has been absent from training at Camp des Loges for two days. As announced by L’Équipe, he will join Eintracht Frankfurt in the next few hours. »
In addition to a check for 6 million euros, PSG would also receive a large percentage from the sale of their midfielder. Regarding this last element, the club of the former Parisian doorman Kevin Trapp would not keep giving up more than 30% on a possible future transfer of the French international hope. However, RMC Sport ensures that “all parties are confident” in the outcome of this case. The American Channel ESPN specifies for his part that the deal is done at “99%” and the player hopes to sign before the end of the week.