While all eyes are on Tanguy Ndombele, PSG is expected to close a superb signing in midfield.
PSG Mercato : Paris will extend a great hope
Everything should accelerate in the next few days at Paris Saint-Germain. The club of the capital, which is rather discreet during this winter mercato, could well make two or three nice moves at the end of the mercato. If Leonardo is now in the process of downsizing, like the departures of Rafinha (Real Sociedad) and Sergio Rico (Mallorca), the Parisian sporting director still plans to strengthen the midfield, a priority sector for 2022.
If the Red and Blue leaders are working hard to complete the arrival of Tanguy Ndombele at PSG, they should first extend a great hope, Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe. The 21-year-old midfielder has made a remarkable rise in the capital, where he has already played no less than 12 games.
Faced with the lack of fitness of some midfielders, including Georginio Wijnaldum or Leandro Paredes, the international hopeful has managed to get out of the game. According to the journalist Santi Aouna, Dina Ebimbe will soon see his contract extended at Paris SG, with a strong salary increase. A signature expected soon, which should nevertheless leave room for a departure in the wake.
Dina Ebimbe extended then loaned to Germany
The journalist of Foot Mercato specifies that this extension should be followed by a loan to another club in order to perfect the player’s progression. Much coveted in Germany, the former Dijon player is expected to join Bayer Leverkusen before the end of January for a 6-month loan. This is not the first time that the German club, helps Paris Saint-Germain in its degreasing, the current 3rd of Bundesliga had indeed recruited Moussa Diaby and Mitchel Bakker in recent years.
This departure to Leverkusen, would have significant repercussions for Paris, which could recruit Tanguy Ndombele. As Loïc Tanzy said on Twitter, the arrival of the French international is still on standby at Tottenham, despite a mutual desire of the player and Pochettino. Nevertheless, the departure of Dina Ebimbe could, according to the journalist, free a place for the Spurs player, who would arrive on loan to strengthen the Parisian midfield this winter.