Paris Saint-Germain made official the hiring of Carlos Soler, a 25-year-old midfielder who spent his entire career at Valencia CF. The colossus of the French capital acquires the player from the Ché academy until 2027.
The Spaniard comes from starring in two positive campaigns from 11 goals in 32 games in each of them. He was one of the unbalanced pieces last year in which his team ended with a bittersweet taste due to its 9th place in the La Liga standings and the runner-up position in the Copa del Rey, on loan to Betis on penalties.
His conditions caught the attention of Christophe Galtier, who now has a new piece for a well-stocked midfield that already has Marco Verratti, Renato Sanches, Rafinha and newcomer Vitinha. Leandro Paredes, Julian Draxler and Idrissa Gana Gueye also left.
“I’m very happy! It’s a new adventure in my career, and I feel very proud and excited to start working with my teammates, meet them and give everything for this shirt,” said Soler, before joining a squad that comes from win four games in the first five days of the French league.
In addition, he has already begun to throb what will be the most valuable international foray in Europe. “On Tuesday we played our first Champions League game at the Parc des Princes, and this will be an opportunity for me to get to know him. I’m sure it will be a great party for everyone and for the fans,” said the Valencian.
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