PSG’s new alliance to release its players

PSG’s new alliance to release its players

Le Parisien has reported on the agreement that Paris Saint-Germain and Braga are about to reach. In this way, the traffic of players between the French champion and the fourth in the Portuguese league could increase. One person who will facilitate this is the Parisians’ former sporting director, Antero Henrique.

According to information from Le Parisien, the idea is to turn the Portuguese club into a satellite club of the French club. Nothing has been signed yet, but the collaboration is well advanced. It would be added to the one that PSG already has with Eupen, a Belgian first division team, to which Teddy Alloh, 20, was loaned this winter, to have more playing time and return to the Parisian capital with more experience.

The Portuguese Antero Henrique, current director of the Qatar Football League, the country where PSG’s capital comes from, is the one who is favoring this PSG-Sporting de Braga alliance. The idea is to release players from the Parisian club. The left back, Jordan Monteiro, and the forward, Enzo Tayamoutou, from the PSG U-19 squad, have just signed their first professional contract. Paris had not offered them an extension at the end of last season and Braga announced the arrival of the two 18-year-olds in a statement on Tuesday. They will initially reinforce the U-23 squad.

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