Paris Saint-Germain has decided on its position on the contract with the Moroccan Onahi
The Paris Saint-Germain administration has finally decided on its position on a contract during the current winter transfer period with the Moroccan professional Ezzedine Ohnahy from the bottom-placed club Angers in the French league.
Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the European transfer market, said on his Twitter account: “Paris Saint-Germain will not include Ezzedine Onahi, he is not in the plans of the club as Paris Saint-Germain is following a different type of strategy under the leadership ( manager) athlete Luis Campos and believes in his talents.
Paris Saint-Germain will not go for Azzedine Unai. This is not in the plans as PSG are pursuing a different strategy under Luis Campos, trusting their talents. ???????? #PSG
PSG plan to entrust Zaire-Emery with a future in this position. pic.twitter.com/qM17emhKQ1
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 10, 2023
Romano added: “Saint-Germain plans to instill confidence in their young player Ziri Emery in this position (which is occupied by Onahi, midfielder and engine of the game).”
The 22-year-old Onahi has been linked to a number of clubs following his dazzling performance for Morocco at the World Cup in Qatar, including Leicester City, Barcelona, Naples and Marseille.
Source: Fabrizio Romano.