PSG: an aesthetic issue causes Sarabia to postpone his signature

The Parisian club wants the player still Sevilla and seen the new shirt and sponsor, next week.


The signing of Pablo Sarabia for Paris Saint-Germain, of which Ace is reporting, is now closed but will finally take effect next week. And it will be so for a question rather aesthetic-economic. On July 1 the fiscal year changes and on that same date the Parisian club also opens the sponsor of the shirt. According to L'Equipe, the desire is that its new players pose with the kit and the new sponsor, the ALL brand of the group Accorhotels.

Sarabia ended contract in 2020 and has decided not to renew, although that possibility was being treated for several months. PSG will play the Champions League and will pay between 4.5 and 5 million euros net per campaign, amount that could not even approach Sevilla. The French entity will pay 20 million euros and the player signed for four seasons.

In 2016, Monchi signed Sarabia for about 400,000 euros, from Getafe. In his three seasons as a Sevilla player, the Spaniard has played 151 official games, in which he has scored 43 goals and has made 38 assists. In this last season he has been the only Spanish player to get a double-double in the league, with 12 goals and 13 assists.



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