French Ligue 1 champions, PSG have reached an agreement with Lille for the permanent transfer of Renato Sanches.
Transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, who disclosed in a tweet on Wednesday, said that the 24 years old midfielder will undergo his medical test, and then complete a switch to Paris from Lille in the coming days.
Despite AC Milan‘s chase, full agreement was reached between Lille and PSG for a fee in the range of fifteen million euros (€15M) for the player.
It is understood that Paris Saint-Germain’s sporting director, Luís Campos has finally landed the player he ‘wanted’ long ago in Sanches.
Fabrizio Romano tweeted; “Renato Sanches to PSG, here we go! Full agreement reached for €15m fee after dealing at final stages yesterday night. Medical tests scheduled for Renato in Paris.
“Personal terms agreed a long time ago – so Luís Campos signs the player he wanted since day 1.”
The former Bayern Munich player will sign a 4-year contract which will see him stay at PSG till 2026 and earn €6m a year, trumping Milan’s offer of €4.5m.
The Portuguese International played 66 Ligue1 games for Lille football club, registering 6 goals and 9 assists.