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IntroductionWelcome to the Chelsea FC Women 2020/21 Season Preview! This post will take a look at the season ahead for manager Emma Hayes’ team, as women’s football returns for the new domestic season.
The season officially gets underway on Saturday, when Women’s Super League champions Chelsea face runners-up Man City in the Women’s Community Shield at Wembley.
The Covid-19 pandemic saw the 2019/20 Women’s Super League ended without the full fixture list being completed. The league standings were determined on a points-per-game basis, which saw the undefeated Chelsea jump ahead of Man City to be declared WSL champions for the third team in our history. This also means Chelsea have qualified for next season’s Champions League – Chelsea reached the semi-final for the first time back in 2018, and missed out on last season’s competition.
Despite the pandemic, Chelsea and our rivals have nonetheless remained busy in the transfer market, with the key arrivals and departures being summarised in this post. The recruitment of title rivals Man City and Arsenal means that Chelsea will face a stern challenge to defending their title, this season, especially given our European commitments.
Although we are now entering the 2020/21 season, there is still also the matter of the 2019/20 FA Cup to be decided – the competition was suspended at the quarter final stage back in March, with those fixtures set to be completed this autumn. Chelsea are still in the competition, and are due to face Everton in the quarter final – and if we are successful in lifting the cup, will have completed a domestic treble for the first time in Chelsea history, having beaten Arsenal to win the Continental Tyres Cup (League Cup) back in February.
Many Chelsea players will also have their eye on the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, which has been rescheduled for summer 2021. Olympic football is considered a major tournament in women’s football, and there will be interest for our British players too, with Team GB set to enter a team.
For those in need of a refresh of has last year went for Chelsea FC Women, the 2019/20 Season Review can be found here.
Feel free to skip ahead to the final summary for a brief overview!
The transfer window
Transfers inChelsea began their business early, by announcing the signing of the highly-regarded Bayern Munich captain Melanie Leupolz back in March – a move which manager Hayes called a “statement of intent”. Our midfield had been one area highlighted as for improvement, and this is a signing which adds experience and quality to the middle of the park.
The Chelsea midfield will be further boosted by the signing of 22 year old Canadian Jessie Fleming. The youngster has experience beyond her years, having made her senior debut for Canada at the age of just 15, and is one of the hottest prospects in North American football. Fleming will bring more creativity to the side, and is primarily employed as an attacking midfielder.
Another young player to join Chelsea this summer – but from slightly closer to home – is 21 year old Niamh Charles. The wide midfielder was one of the few highlights for a Liverpool side who were relegated last season, and a player who Hayes has said she has wanted at Chelsea for a while, and for many years to come.
Tranfers outThe transfer window has also seen some considerable outwards movement at Chelsea FC Women.
Adelina Engman has moved on to French side Montpelier, after a spell at Chelsea in which she made some important contributions, but was unable to move beyond being a squad player. Defender Deanna Cooper was let go, after her contract was allowed to expire, and has now signed for WSL team Reading – Cooper also had a role limited primarily to rotation in her 3 years at the club, which was also marked by long-term injury.
A more notable departure is that of Ramona Bachmann – the forward has been at Chelsea for 3 and a half years, in which time she has tormented opposition defences and delighted Chelsea fans with her flair and skill. She will be best remembered for a brace in the 2018 FA Cup Final victory over Arsena, when Chelsea won our second domestic double in four yearsl. With the attacking signings Chelsea had made over the past year – and especially that of Sam Kerr – it was Bachmann who was most often left out, and so her moving on is not too surprising. Ramona has signed for PSG, who are themselves a major force in women’s European football.
This summer also saw veteran Anita Asante leave the Blues for the second time, after two years with the club in her second spell. Asante re-joined back in 2018, and her contributions were sadly limited by serious injury – with an ACL tear in her first season and a quadriceps rupture in her second seeing her miss a lot of playing time. Nonetheless, when healthy Asante proved her value to the side, adding class, experience and leadership to the team. Asante will always be fondly remembered at Chelsea, and has reunited with former teammate and Chelsea legend Eni Aluko at newly-promoted Aston Villa, where the now-retired Aluko is the sporting director.
Squad updateChelsea’s ingoings and outgoings have been nicely balanced, meaning our squad remains healthy in terms of both numbers and quality. The transfer window has seen us strengthen one area of concern – the midfield. Some last season did express doubts about our lack of defensive organisation at times, but Hayes has chosen not to strengthen here, suggesting that she is confident that the personnel she already has are up to the task.
Attack remains Chelsea’s area of strength. There will be much excitement over the chance to see more of Aussie star Sam Kerr in a Chelsea shirt. The striker signed for Chelsea in January to much fanfare, but international commitments and the early curtailment of the season meant we only saw glimpses of her talent – the early signs are of a very promising partnership with Chelsea top scorer and official Chelsea Women Player of the Season Beth England, which heralds much hope for the future. England was one of the best players in the WSL last season, and has been nominated for the Women’s PFA Player of the Year in recognition of this. The Chelsea ranks will also be bolstered by the return of Fran Kirby to the action – the forward missed the majority of the 2019/20 season through a debilitating battle with viral pericarditis, and recently spoke about how close she came to quitting the sport. Fortunately, the 2017/18 PFA Player of the Year is now symptom-free, and ready to make her return.
As part of our summer business, Chelsea also announced new contracts for Beth England, Erin Cuthbert, Millie Bright, Drew Spence and Guro Reiten – all of whom are key players for the Blues, and it is encouraging that we are holding on to them for the foreseeable future. The Beth England deal is particularly notable for its length – most women’s contracts are a year or two years long, whereas England has re-signed for the next four years, which firstly represents how highly the club value her, but also potentially a sign of the changing financial power of women’s football.
Pre-seasonAs for all football teams at this time, it has been a slightly strange pre-season for Chelsea Women, with no high-profile friendlies, and instead behind closed doors and inter-squad matches, of which little has been reported.
Hayes sends positive reports from pre-season – saying she is pleased with the effort and commitment being shown from the whole squad, and with how the three new signings are settling in. Chelsea doing business early means that Hayes has had her squad as she wants it for the duration of pre-season. The Blues boss made a point in her interview about the challenge of Man City and Arsenal, and warned against the complacency that comes with being champions.
RivalsLast season saw English women’s three biggest clubs – Chelsea, Manchester City, and Arsenal – duke it out in a tense title race, with Man City leading the table when play was suspended, only for Chelsea to leapfrog them to win the title based on our superior points-per-game record. City and Arsenal remain Chelsea’s biggest competitors, and both clubs have made moves in the transfer market this summer – meaning it is likely to be another close and hard-fought title race.
Arsenal, managed by the Australian Joe Montemurro, have gone Down Under for their recruitment, signing left back Steph Catley and goalkeeper Lydia Williams from Melbourne City. They have also acquired 19 year old Swiss midfielder Malin Gut. These signings from Arsenal are decent transfers which will strengthen their squad, but pale somewhat in the comparison to the moves Man City have made...
Last season saw City manager Nick Cushing leave for a job in the MLS at New York City FC, and he was replaced by academy coach Gareth Edwards, who has little experience as a senior or women’s manager. Man City have turned to the market to support their new manager – and potentially feeling slighted at having lost out on the title in such a bizarre manner – have made some serious moves, chief amongst them the acquisition of USWNT star and World Cup winner Rose Lavelle, in one of the all-time big transfers in the WSL. Lavelle joins fellow American midfielder Sam Mewis, and Man City have also strengthened in attack with the signing of 22 year old Chloe Kelly from Everton, who was one of the standout players in the WSL last year.
Man City are not done yet, too – and have been heavily linked with the re-signing of Lucy Bronze, who left Man City back in 2017 for Lyon, and has announced she will not be signing a new contract. Former Manchester United captain Alex Greenwood has also been linked to City, in a cross-city move, following a year at Lyon.
Based on this summer, it is likely Man City will be the biggest threat to Chelsea’s title defence – and given how impressive their window has been, many are calling them favourites for the WSL. This weekend’s Community Shield will set a very interesting marker for the season ahead.
WSL up-and-comers Manchester United also bear mentioning. Man United only re-established their women’s team in 2018, and immediately entered at the Championship (second tier) level, storming to the title in their debut season under England legend and manager Casey Stoney, with a squad bursting full of WSL standard players. In their debut season in the top flight last year, they finished fourth – behind only the 3 elite teams – and continue to heavily invest in their women’s squad. Man United’s signings include England international Lucy Staniforth, Spain’s Ona Batlle, and the 19 year old German Ivano Fuso. These are smart signings, although not nes that will have Hayes too worried yet – although there are rumours of Man United being linked to some USWNT players, too, with the transfer window set to close on the 10th September… so watch this space. It is unlikely Man United are yet ready to seriously challenge for the title, but they will very much be capable of challenging in individual games – and will be a stern test for Chelsea in our first league fixture of the season.
Expectations for the seasonSuccess in Europe has been the primary objective for Emma Hayes and her side for several seasons now, and so our season will likely be measured in success by progress in the Champions League.
Our semi-final finish in 2018, where we lost to eventual champions and European behemoths Lyon, is our best ever finish – pushing through that barrier will be a huge step forward. Given Lyon’s dominance, it is likely the French giants who are the biggest obstacle to future progress – if you want to win the Champions League, you essentially have to beat Lyon. Lyon are again in this season’s (delayed) final, due to take place on Sunday against German side Wolfsburg. There have been murmurs that Lyon are not quite the force they used to be, so this will be an interesting watch for any Chelsea fan.
Domestically, our title defence will be a serious ask against a strengthened Man City and Arsenal – especially as our focus will likely be elsewhere. The title race was incredibly close last season, although Chelsea did do a league double over Arsenal, and beat Man City at home before drawing away, as well as going unbeaten. As mentioned, Man City in particular have made some great singings, but with a new manager with limited experience as a head coach, it remains to be seen how well utilised they well be. Arsenal, having missed out on Champions League qualification, will have the benefit of a lighter fixture list, and that is an advantage that served Chelsea well last season. Arsenal, unlike Man City and Chelsea, have already returned to action due to their ongoing participation in this season’s Champions League – they lost 1-0 to PSG in the quarter finals.
Chelsea have a lot of quality, and strength in depth – our squad depth has been the envy of the WSL for a while now. With names like England, Kerr, Kirby, Cuthbert, Ji, Bright, Mjelde, Ingle, Thorisdottir and Eriksson (amongst many others) there is no denying the quality we can call upon, and we should be confident of taking on any team in the WSL. Chelsea are always in with a chance of silverware in the cup competitions, and amongst the favourites, so it can be expected that we will make serious challenges here, too. The 2019/20 FA Cup is set to finish this autumn, before the 2020/21 FA Cup begins after Christmas, and the Continental Tyres Cup (League Cup) for 2020/21 is also set to begin this autumn – with Chelsea looking to defend the trophy we won for the first-ever time, back in February.
In terms of playing personnel – there will be a lot of expectation on Sam Kerr to deliver this season, after a curtailed first half a season for the Blues, in which the signs were encouraging, but her impact was limited. Her burgeoning partnership with Beth England is highly exciting, and word is that Hayes looks to play the two of them alongside the finally fit-again Fran Kirby, in what could be a hugely exciting attacking line-up.
For a team like Chelsea, with a manager like Emma Hayes, the target is ultimately winning every competition we take part in – the Blues have gotten used to regular silverware in recent years, and despite the challenges and competition for the season ahead, those remain the expectations at the club.
How to followThe best place for updates on Chelsea FC Women are the club’s social media platforms, and the official club website:
- Twitter – https://twitter.com/ChelseaFCW
- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/chelseafcw/
- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/chelseafcw/?hl=en
- Website - https://www.chelseafc.com/en
Best of all, the WSL has its own bespoke streaming platform, the FA Player which is free to sign up for and accessible worldwide. On the FA Player, every WSL game ***not* being televised is shown, for free, and is the best way to see Chelsea FC Women in action.
Finally, you can keep up to date with Chelsea FC Women at /chelsealadiesfc, as well as through the monthly review posts, which I will share throughout the season both on /chelsealadiesfc, and /chelseafc.
Key fixtures and dates
- Women’s Community Shield – vs Manchester City, Saturday 29th August - the match is at 12:30pm BST and is being shown live on the BBC
- First WSL game of the season – Manchester United (A), Sunday 6th September, live on BT Sport 1 for UK viewers/FA Player for international viewers
- FA Cup quarter final – Everton (A), Saturday 26th September
- The draw date for the Women’s Champions League and Continental Tyres Cup (League Cup) are yet to be announced...
SummaryChelsea FC Women kick off their 2020/21 season this Saturday in the Women’s Community Shield. The targets for Emma Hayes’ side this season are set high – defending the WSL title we won in strange circumstances this year, continuing to make our mark on the European stage as an elite women’s club, and seriously challenging for the two domestic cups. It is progress in Europe which Hayes and her team have highlighted as the primary goal – although Chelsea will have to be careful this does not come at the expense of standards slipping domestically, especially considering how well title rivals Arsenal, and especially Man City, have strengthened this year. Man City’s signing of USWNT star Rose Lavelle has made waves in the game, and is very much a move which signals their serious ambition this season.
A decent, if not spectacular window of our own has since us strengthen the midfield with the signing of Germany captain Melanie Leupolz and young Canadian sensation Jessie Fleming, as well as Niamh Charles, formerly of Liverpool. New contracts for several key players, as well as the return to fitness of 2017/18 Player of the Year Fran Kirby means the Chelsea squad remains in a good position, and Emma Hayes is reportedly happy with her players. This season will also be huge for January signing Sam Kerr – on paper arguably the best player in the WSL, and certainly the biggest name. The Aussie had limited opportunity to make an impact last season, and there is a lot of buzz around her burgeoning partnership with two-time Player of the Year and top scorer Beth England. If Hayes gets this attacking trio firing and they remain healthy, this season could be quite something.
Following the formal curtain opener on Saturday, WSL action begins the following week as we travel away to Manchester United, who have had a decent window of their own. Last season’s fourth-placed finishers will look to challenge the Big 3 this season, and this is a tough opening fixture for the Blues.
The 2019/20 Women’s FA Cup resumes on the 26th September as Chelsea play Everton away in the quarter finals – if we win this trophy, leftover from the curtailed 2019/20 season, it will mean Chelsea will have completed our first ever domestic treble.
This year will be jam-packed with fixtures for Chelsea FC Women, and we will consider ourselves genuine contenders for each and every tournament we take part in. Watch this space for updates on the women’s side throughout the season.
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Weekly Transfer Thread & Discussion - Week 28, 2015
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- Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt)
- Official News on PSG.fr, PSG signed the german 25 years old goal keeper for 5 years.
- The transfer was estimated at 8-10 Million and wages at 5 Million per year.
- Kevin Trapp in Numbers: 114 Bundesliga games, 3.7 saves on average.
- Blanc statement (in French).
- Kevin gets number #16, see his Profile on PSG.fr.
- First interview, his french is decent!
- Serge Aurier (Toulouse FC)
- Official News on PSG.fr, the club triggered his option to buy estimated between 10-12 million.
- His wages would be the same as last year 3 million per year.
- Javier Pastore (Contract Extension)
- Lucas Moura (Contract Extension)
- Yohan Cabaye (Crystal Palace)
- Official statement from PSG
- Official statement from Crystal Palace
- He signed a three years contract with the Premier League club.
- He was making €5.04m every year for PSG which is basically what Trapp is making next season.
- Record fee beated for Crystal Palace with 14 million and 4 million of bonuses.
- Crystal Palace twitter
- Alphonse Aréola (Loan to Villarreal CF)
- Villarreal confirms that Aréola will join them for a one year loan.
- Sadly, Villarreal also bought another experimented keeper who is 30 years old.
- PSG statement confirming there is no buying option, (AS & Marca articles).
- The main keeper Sergio Asenjo is actually injured for a few months.
- Villarreal CF will play in the Europa League next season.
- Zoumana Camara (Joins PSG Management staff)
- Thomas Martin (Chambly)
- Le Parisien news about the transfer.
- Player from PSG's reserve team who signed with Chambly a club in National French League (3rd division).
- Angel Di Maria (Manchester United)
- The Guardian pretty much copying and translating what was in RMC article.
- For RMC, PSG finally contacted Man United about Di Maria.
- Man United precised they were open for a transaction, an offer of 65 Million was made.
- For the wages of the Argentinian, his agent Jorge Mendes asked for 12.5 Million net per season.
- It would be too much for PSG who only want to offer him 10 Million per season.
- Le Parisien mentions ADM wants to play with Paris.
- Apparently he always stayed in contact with Al-Khelaïfi.
- Manchester would be waiting for an offer and Paris would be preparing a 60 Million offer.
- Football365.fr reports that Di Maria's agent is coming to Paris to negotiate his salary.
- A Transfer of 60 Million would be agreed with United.
- Di Maria would ask for 15 Million per year in wages.
- This amount would be the last subject of negotiations for the French source.
- RMC mention a possible swap deal between both clubs.
- PSG would propose 50 Million and Van der Wiel to United against Di Maria.
- United is trying to get Darmian the RB from Torino rather than VdW.
- Di Maria's agent Mino Raiola would have already started to talk with the direction of MU.
- Alex Telles (Galatasaray)
- Turkish website Sabah.com.tr reports that PSG could be willing to pay the 10 Million for his transfer.
- The Brazilian 22 years old Left Back is still under contract until 2018.
- Inter is interested in the player since a long time but refused to pay the 10 Million asked.
- Alex Telles is seen as a really offensive Full back.
- He played really well against Chelsea in Champions League last season.
- Francesc Sanchez Bas (UEFA Pro Coach)
- Le Parisien newspaper announced that a second coach who used to work with Barcelona FC will join.
- Sanchez Bas used to train Barcelona's youth for more than 15 years.
- Apparently him and Romagosa were in Paris recently, having talks with Olivier Létang.
- Carles Romagosa (UEFA Pro Coach)
- RMC article about the possible arrival of Romagosa.
- L'équipe wrote that an ex-Barça school director will manage PSG youth academy development.
- Romagosa is actually a professor at Universitat Central de Catalunya.
- He follows the ekkono method.
- He managed the Football school of Barcelona between 1998-2000 (Linkedin).
- Laurent Huard (Stade Rennais FC)
- L'équipe write that Laurent Huard should succeed to David Bechkoura as manager of PSG's reserve team.
- Huard was training Stade Rennais B team between 2007 and 2015.
- During his professional career he played for Rennes, Saint-Etienne or Sedan.
- Andriy Yarmolenko (Dynamo Kyiv)
- L'équipe wrote that PSG is following the striker recently elected best player in Ukraine.
- Albin Ekdal (Cagliari)
- Aftonblådet.se reports that PSG might be interested in the 25 years old Swedish midfielder.
- PSG would be preparing a 5.5 Million offer for a transfer.
- He would be playing in Cabaye and Motta's position.
- Ekdal is not a specialist in the defensively though.
- Ekdal is already linked with clubs like AS Roma, Tottenham or Trabzonspor.
- French website foot-sur7.fr originally reported the rumour.
- Faouzi Ghoulam (SSC Napoli)
- Di Marzio reports PSG join the interest in the Napoli wingback.
- Rafa Benitez would already be interested to bring him in Madrid.
- Kevin Trapp (Eintracht Frankfurt)
- Le Parisien explains that Trapp is 25 years old today.
- Bild.de explained Eintracht administration was Lost in Translation for Trapp papers of transfer.
- Which explains why he wasn't presented already on Tuesday. Transfer should be official on Wednesday.
- This guy was in Paris on Tuesday for his medical (Video).
- RMC reports Eintracht president Heribert Bruchhagen confirmed an agreement was settled.
- Kevin Trapp would have signed for 9 Million.
- He should have his medical in Paris on Tuesday.
- He should also be part of the pre-season training in Austria between the 8th and 12th of July.
- Bild.de website wrote the transfer is 9 Million plus bonuses for Trapp.
- A friendly game should be organised next year between the two clubs.
- Sky reporter Marc Behrenbeck write about 9.5 Million.
- L'équipe mention the player should join the pre-season training in Austria.
- A contract of 4 years is mentioned by the French media and 5 Million per year of wages.
- Alexandre Lacazette (Olympique Lyonnais)
- France Football report today a new interest in the 24 years old french striker.
- Lyon's president Aulas would be waiting for 50 Million and 10 extra million of bonuses.
- Apparently there is already negotiations since few weeks between the two clubs.
- In terms of wages, the salary of Lacazette would be around 8 Million per year.
- Kevin De Bruyne (VfL Wolfsburg)
- Het Laatste Nieuws write that both PSG and City are on the look for the Belgium player.
- Both clubs would propose him 15 Million per year in wages.
- Hachim Mastour (AC Milan)
- L'équipe wrote that PSG would be preparing a 5 Million offer for the Moroccan attacking midfielder.
- AS Monaco and Manchester City would be also interested into getting the 17 years old.
- He never played in Serie A.
- Zlatan Ibrahimović (AC Milan)
- Milan based website Gazzetta dello sport is sharing the rumour of a transfer of 5.5 Million.
- This is a really suspicious news knowing that Zlatan and Raiola already met Nasser earlier in Doha.
- It could be a trick for Milan to hide the fact that El Shaarawy is transferred to Monaco.
- Ezequiel Lavezzi (Liverpool FC, Juventus)
- Salvatore Sirigu (AS Roma, Valencia CF)
- For TuttoMercatoWeb, Sirigu's agent declare he doesn't want to leave.
- For Simone Verona (L'Equipe), Sirigu wants to stay at PSG but they might force him to leave.
- France Football mentions an 11 million offer from la Roma.
- Alfredo Pedullà twitted that Sabatini was going to meet PSG about Sirigu's future in Monaco.
- L'équipe reports an interest from Valencia.
- For L'équipe, Sirigu has no intention in leaving PSG right now.
- Di Marzio wrote Roma is interested in PSG italian keeper.
- Roma think PSG want to get rid of Sirigu with the arrival of Trapp in Paris.
- Sirigu is currently making 4.92 million with the Paris based club.
- Sergio Romero is also an opportunity for la Roma and a free one.
- PSG Twitter gossip thinks Blanc doesn't rate Sirigu and try to push him out.
- Gregory Van der Wiel (AS Roma)
- Yohan Cabaye (Crystal Palace)
- L'équipe report a 14 Million + 4 Million of bonuses deal with Crystal Palace.
- BBC sport journalist twitted Cabaye transfer will be around £13m, the medical should be in the next 48h.
- L'équipe write that 14 Million has been offered by Palace with potentially 4 more million of bonuses.
- Le Parisien reports a transfer with Crystal Palace for an amount between 14-15 Million.
- Cabaye actually cost 16 Million for PSG and 5 Million of bonuses partially paid.
- Cabaye stayed 1 year and a half with Paris, 57 games for 3 goals.
- This Telegraph Journalist twitted it would be a 18 Million so the highest Crystal Palace has ever done.
- The Guardian mentions that PSG and Crystal Palace might have found an agreement for a transfer.
- The low amount of 10 Million pounds is mention in the UK based website article.
- PSG bought Cabaye in 2014 for 19 million pounds which makes him a financial loss.
- Cabaye was making around 5.04 million yearly in wages.
- Jordan Ikoko (Loan to Mouscron)
- Player is not participating in the pre-season preparation in Austria which leads to a loan.
- Last week, the Right Back was in contact with the 1st Division Belgium club.
- Romain Habran (Loan to X)
- Player is not participating in the pre-season preparation in Austria which leads to a loan.
- Mory Diaw (Molde FK)
- Norwegian website RBnett write that Diaw would be doing a trial with the Tippeligaen club from Molde.
- In end of contract with PSG since 30th of June 2015 he didn't renew a contract with Paris.
- Apparently he already did a trial with Fredrikstad FK which didn't conclude in a contract.
Loaned out players to return
- Romain Habran (Loaned to FC Sochaux)
- Habran was loaned to Sochaux between 2014 and 2015.
- His contract with PSG is up till 2016.
- He should join the main squad season 2015-2016.
- Hervin Ongenda (Loaned to SC Bastia)
- Ongenda was loaned to Bastia between 2014 and 2015.
- He should join the main squad season 2015-2016.
- Alphonse Aréola (Loaned to SC Bastia)
- Aréola was loaned to Bastia between 2014 and 2015.
- His contract with PSG is up till 2019.
- He will be loaned for one year to Villarreal.
- Youssouf Sabaly (Loaned to Evian TG)
- L'équipe is announcing his promotion to the first team.
- Sabaly was loaned to Evian between 2013 and 2015.
- The 22 years old Right Back had two solid years with Evian and should joins the PSG pro squad.
- His contract with PSG is up till 2018.
- His future is uncertain and there is a possibility he might get loaned or sold this summer.
Loaned in players to leaveThere shouldn't be any this season.
The only loanee we had in the squad was Aurier and we already triggered his buy option.