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Mercato – PSG: the transfer of Benjamin Stambouli formalized

In the deep end. Montpellier party rather quietly last summer, his transfer to Tottenham was settled in the final moments of the transfer window (against € 5 million), Benjamin Stambouli so did the reverse, but a little further north. For it was in Paris that the champion of France 2012 will regain the Ligue 1. A different world and a whole new standard for discrete midfielder, whose recovery profile / runner like a lot to Laurent Blanc.

A “box to box” as they say in England which obviously reminds Yohan Cabaye left in the Premier League after a very mixed transition to PSG and Stambouli replaces digitally. Never called for France but closely monitored by Didier Deschamps, and rarely holds with Spurs last season, the son of Henri Stambouli (former director of OM training center) therefore not come as a titular power and should live better than its predecessor its status Actor.

For now the transfer window PSG is without star …

However, the former head of MHSC middle could come to terms titillate Blaise Matuidi and other Marco Verratti or enjoy the announced departure of Thiago Motta. “He is a player who has already proved all the impact it could bring in midfield, both athletically and technically also note because the president Nasser Al-Khelaifi on the website club. France will find a player who displayed much promise when evolving in Ligue 1. ”

Still, the arrival of Stambouli, who also planned “not necessarily to leave England this year but when a big club like Paris calls you, your thinking becomes much simpler,” says for now the trend without rhinestone or sequin Parisian transfer window. For despite the lifting of restrictions on financial fair play, before him, the only summer signing from PSG was the German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp … Everything but the stars, then, but things could change with negotiations continuing between Paris Manchester United and Angel Di Maria.

 

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