Gonçalo Ramos arrives in Paris ahead of signing PSG’s five year contract.
Paris Saint-Germain has agreed to sign Portuguese forward Gonçalo Ramos (22) from Benfica. According to Foot Mercato, Ramos has arrived in Paris ahead of signing a five-year contract with Les Parisiens.
On Monday, Ramos arrived at Paris-Le Bourget airport at lunchtime. He will now head to PSG’s training facility, where he will sign a five-year contract.
According to L’Équipe, the Portuguese international, who is famous for scoring a hat-trick against Switzerland in the last stages of the previous World Cup, will join on an initial loan arrangement.
The agreement has a mandatory permanent clause.
The deal is worth €80 million, according to Fabrizio Romano. With a further €15 million in potential add-ons, Benfica will receive €65 million. Ramos’ signing now appears to be on the horizon. The the Portuguese international might make his debut for Les Parisiens in the club’s Ligue 1 opener against FC Lorient.
Gonçalo Ramos Transfer: PSG and SL Benfica Reached the agreement for the Portuguese transfer
Discussions of an imminent deal between PSG and Benfica regarding the transfer of a 22-year-old Portuguese international surfaced unexpectedly in Sunday morning’s breaking news.
An agreement came into effect early on Saturday morning, according to the French news outlet L’Equipe.
The player’s voyage may take him to France. He will most likely have a medical test soon. After medical results he will sign his contract before the first Ligue 1 match of the season on Saturday.
According to L’Equipe, PSG and the Portuguese champions have reached an agreement. Both clubs are now finalizing the terms of a loan agreement with a mandatory buy option in June 2024.
Goncalo Ramos, the outstanding striker who scored for Portugal in the most recent World Cup, will be arriving in Paris in the coming days to complete his medicals and officially join PSG.
Ramos will become PSG’s eighth acquisition this summer, according to Fabrizio Romano. The mechanics of the agreement are still being worked out. But it appears to be a loan with a forced purchase option worth €65 million, with an additional €15 million in bonuses.
The young footballer will have to pass a medical assessment in the coming days before he can be officially unveiled as a PSG player and deployed in matches by new boss Luis Enrique.