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Paris Saint-Germain supports his future with a young goalkeeper


French club Paris Saint-Germain announced the signing of young goalkeeper Lucas Lavalle, from Lille, for a period of 3 seasons until the end of the 2024 season, and he will join the youth team of the French capital club.


And the Paris Saint-Germain account, via Twitter, published a picture of the young goalkeeper with the team shirt after signing the contract, accompanied by a comment: "Paris Saint-Germain is pleased to announce the signing of a contract with Lucas Lavalle, coming from Lille."


The German account indicated that the young goalkeeper, born in 2003, signs a professional contract for 3 years and joins the under-19 team.



On the other hand, the French club Paris Saint-Germain hopes to be able to persuade Inter Milan to accept 60 million euros, in addition to a player in the team or more, in order to include Moroccan star Achraf Hakimi, the Nerazzurri back.


Paris Saint-Germain had made an offer of 60 million euros to buy the player, but the offer was rejected, at a time when Inter wanted at least 80 million euros to give up the 22-year-old Moroccan international.


According to the French newspaper, Le Sport 10, Paris Saint-Germain is now hoping to fill the gap by offering one or more players as part of the deal, and that may be difficult, because Inter are in need of new money besides cutting costs as well, so they will have to He has to bring in players with relatively low wages.

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