Soccer – Full agreement between Jerome Boateng and PSG

Soccer – Full agreement between Jerome Boateng and PSG

As per a report from French outlet Paris United, Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has reached a contract agreement with Ligue 1 champions PSG.


Boateng, 29, has been on the books of the Bavarian giants since 2011, when he made the move back to Germany from Manchester City following just a solitary campaign at the Etihad.

And Boateng has since gone on to establish himself as one of the finest central defenders in world football, racking up 6 Bundesliga titles, 3 German Cups and a Champions League crown since his his return to the Allianz Arena.

As such, despite his still-crucial role in the backline of the Bavarians, mounting reports that the former Hamburg man could be available for the right price this summer have come as something of a surprise.

Boateng himself did little to dampen the rumours that he could be set for an exit from Bavaria following Bayern’s Champions League semi-final elimination at the hands of Real Madrid back in May, when he explained:

‘I experienced everything at FC Bayern.’

‘So now I certainly reach a point where I have to answer certain questions to myself: ‘What goals do I have that I did not reach yet? Do I want to prove myself always at the same club and always under the same circumstances?’

‘This is a question of personal challenges. It is not about classical career questions, but about questions for your life.’

Jerome Boateng

Jerome Boateng of Muenchen reacts as he leaves the field of play after getting injured during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final First Leg match between Bayern Muenchen and Real Madrid at the Allianz Arena on April 25, 2018 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images)


The two clubs most heavily-touted as potential destinations for Boateng to this point have been Manchester United and PSG, with a report from Kicker last week having claimed that the former were considering a big-money offer for the German stopper.

However, as revealed by multiple outlets in both France and Germany over the days since, it is in fact PSG who have taken a clear lead in the race for the Hertha Berlin youth product, with the aforementioned update from Paris United this evening having revealed that an agreement on the personal terms of a contract has today been found between Boateng and the capital giants.

Now, PSG will need to find a deal with Bayern, though a transfer is, in the end, expected to go through, with the Bavarians not opposed to the sale of their star defender.

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