European clubs are in the rush to strike deals as the summer transfer window gets open. In the recent days Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain have been battling to get the signature of Liverpool's ace Gini Wijnaldum. However according to the latest report, Gini has agreed to join PSG.
''Paris St Germain expect Gini Wijnaldum to sign the contract until 2024 after the new agreement revealed yesterday night.'' Romano Fabrizio posted.
According to Fabrizio, PSG offered almost twice what Barcelona was offering the star so as to lure him to join them.
Elsewhere PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi has refuted claims that French forward will be up for sale. Speaking to L’Equipé. Al Khelaife said that he will never sell him and he will never leave the club as a free agent.
“I will be clear. Kylian Mbappé will continue here at Paris Saint-Germain, we will never sell him and he will never leave the club as a free agent. Impossible”, Al Khelaifi told L’Equipé.
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