Hand – Transfers – PSG


Polish club Kielce made a huge hit on the transfer market on Monday by confirming the arrival in 2022 of French international PSG Nedim Remili and Benoît Kounkoud. Both signed for four years. The news might have already filtered, the blow is huge: Kielce formalized Monday the signing for 2022 of not one, but two players from Paris-SG, right-back Nedim Remili and right-winger Benoît Kounkoud. The two left-handers are committed for four seasons, that is until 2026. The big Polish club, European champion 2016, had already got their hands on a third Parisian nugget for this summer, left winger Dylan Nahi (until in 2025). Also with the pivot Nicolas Tournat, who arrived from Nantes a year ago, they will form a whole small French colony.

After the wave of extensions of its executives last week (Andreas Wolff, Nicolas Tournat, Alex and Daniel Dujshebaev as well as their father coach, Talant), Kielce is building a world-class framework for the next five seasons and asserting itself among the very first contenders for the Champions League coronation. A hard blow for the PSG It is on the other hand a hard blow for the PSG, in sporting terms as of image: they are still young international players and figures of the club, identified as Parisians. Trained in Créteil, Remili (1.95 m, 25 years old) wore the colors red and blue since 2016 while Kounkoud (1.90 m, 24 years old) comes from the PSG training center, like Nahi. The capital club had already registered the departures of two other key players for 2022, Mikkel Hansen (Aalborg) and Vincent Gérard (Saint-Raphaël). He has not yet formalized any recruits by this time. According to our information, Paris has notably targeted the Norwegian goalkeeper Torbjörn Bergerud (Flensburg), left-backs Yoann Gibelin (Créteil) and Alexandre Cavalcanti (Nantes), right-backs Ayoub Abdi (Toulouse) and Dominik Mathé (Elverum) and the Nantes pivot. Dragan Pechmalbec. read also Paris and Omeyer under pressure after failure in the Champions League

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