Gonzalo Hamus, 22, has become a full Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) player. PSG quickly triggered his release clause.
“The club has decided to exercise its option to sign Hamus and is pleased to announce that it has done so,” the club said on its website on Wednesday. His contract runs until June 2028,” the club announced.
European transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano added: “PSG have exercised their purchase option to make the deal permanent. They will pay Benfica a base transfer fee of €65 million and an add-on of €15 million.”
Hammers was one of PSG’s “big projects” this summer. PSG pushed to transform their squad and spent big to bring in the likes of Randall Kolo Moani, Manuel Ugarte, Ousmane Dembele, Luca Hernandez, Bradley Barcola, and Lee Kang-In. The total amount spent was nearly 350 million euros ($497 million). Milan Skriniar, Marco Asensio, and Cher N’Dour were free agents, while Hammers was a loan signing.
The loan included a mandatory transfer clause, meaning that Hammers would be returning to PSG at the end of the season. Multiple outlets believe that PSG did this in order to comply with financial fair play. In addition, Pedro Sepúlveda, who is familiar with the Portuguese transfer market, reported that “the transfer is only mandatory if PSG qualify for the Champions League 카지노사이트.”
PSG have moved quickly to convert Hammouz’s contract. In 15 official appearances so far, Hammous has scored two goals and provided one assist. He has earned the trust of Luis Enrique as he moves between starting and substitute roles. Satisfied, PSG paid the transfer fee and embraced him.
Hamus, on the other hand, is a Portuguese striker. He came up through the Benfica youth ranks and made his debut in the 2020-21 season. He became a regular in 2021-22, scoring eight goals and providing four assists in 46 official games that season.
His breakout season came in 2022-23. Hamus scored 27 goals and provided 12 assists in 47 games, attracting interest from big clubs. Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid were among them. The winner was PSG, who sealed the deal with a promise of €80 million in total.
Hammouz was only born in 2001, so he has a lot of room to grow. PSG made a bold move.