PSG Snatched Mbappe On Deadline Day, Spurs Acquired Aurier
One of the most anticipated transfer deal in this final day of summer market has finally been concluded as teenage talent, Kylian Mbappe has officially signed with France giant, Paris Saint-Germain.
The transfer news was confirmed by PSG via their official twitter account, expressing their joy of acquiring one of their main target this summer, after previously securing Neymar from Barcelona.
It was reported that the deal’s format is a season loan with an obligation to buy starting from next summer of 2018 with the fee supposedly reaching up 180 million Euro, making it the 18-year-old the second most expensive player after his new teammate, Neymar.
Mbappe himself has signed a deal until 2022 and stating his joy of joining PSG, a team that he always keen on joining since his childhood days, notably since the striker is a Paris native.
Moreover, the young attacker also stated his beliefs over PSG’s project, claiming them as the most ambitious teams in Europe at this very moment.
Following Neymar’s arrival for 222 million Euro, many are curious on how wold the Paris based outfit can avoid trouble, but apparently due to the loan with obligation to buy format, Unai Emery’s side won’t have a financial issue as they will only collect 30 million Euro loss this summer.
Meanwhile, as part of their attempt in handling that potential FFP problem, PSG also sold their right back, Serge Aurier to Tottenham Hotspur earlier on this deadline day.
The French outfit reportedly are receiving 23 million pounds from Spurs for Aurier service and it can be considered a positive business for both sides as they look to strengthen themselves this summer.