Hammers are here, get out…’Sale push’ PSG in talks with Everton over ‘transfer’

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) have held talks with Everton over the future of Hugo Ekitiqe.

PSG have had an active transfer window this summer. They let go of veterans like Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos and rebuilt their squad around youngsters. In addition to South Korea’s next ace, Lee Kang-in, the club has built a roster of players in their 20s, including Cher N’Dour, Luca Hernandez, Manuel Ugarte, Milan Skriniar, and Marco Asensio.

They’re also looking to bolster their offense. Benfica’s Hamus, who starred at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele are close to becoming official, while Eintracht Frankfurt’s Lendl Kolo Moani is also in the pipeline.

There were reasons. For starters, Messi was missing. After leading PSG’s attack in the 2022-23 season, the team needs to fill the void with quality players. The futures of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar are also unclear. Neither player has confirmed a move this summer, but it’s unlikely they’ll be with PSG for long. Therefore, PSG will be looking to fill the void naturally by signing an attacker.

PSG are also looking to sell Ekitiqe, whose position has been diminished by the arrival of Hammers. According to Sky Sports, PSG have held talks with Everton over a move for Ekiti, with the deal being a loan with an option for a full transfer. According to Sky Sports, the need to comply with Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules is also a factor in PSG’s decision to sell Ekitiqe.메이저사이트

Ekitiqe is a French “attacking” prospect. He grew up at the Stade de Reims and joined PSG in 2022. Although he was often used as a substitute due to being pushed into the ‘MNM line’, he impressed, scoring four goals and providing four assists in 32 appearances, including cup competitions.

But it wasn’t enough to fulfill PSG’s needs, and in the pre-season leading up to the 2023-24 campaign, Ekitiqe was given plenty of playing time, but his goal-scoring form left something to be desired. With PSG looking to “win Europe” next season, the club decided that Ekitiqe’s performance wasn’t up to par and decided to sell him.


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