Valencia Star Gets the ‘Here We Go’ to Paris Saint-Germain

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Carlos Soler has been a stalwart for Valencia over the years. The midfielder has only ever known them as his club, but not for much longer. His future has been up in the air all summer, and an agreement has finally been reached. As per Fabrizio Romano, the Valencia star is to join Paris Saint-Germain.

Valencia Star Is On the Move

PSG Are Enjoying a Busy Summer

PSG and spending money go hand-in-hand in the modern era, it is their way forward always. In years gone by though, they have been known for extravagant signings. Their front three, Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi is evidence of this. This time around though, the Parisian giants are taking a different approach.

Vitinha, Renato Sanches and Nordi Mukiele are all new faces in the French capital and none of them are household names as such. The first two struggled in their respective stints with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Swansea City in the Premier League. Valencia star Soler fits this mould in that he isn’t a player worth many, many millions. Manager Christophe Galtier follows the trend also having enjoyed success with Lille and Nice.

Soler will join the likes of Vitinha and Sanches, a Portuguese duo, in the middle of the park. Their current crop are in the process of ageing out with Ander Herrera on his way out whilst Marco Verratti and Idrissa Gueye are in and around the 30 mark.

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About the Valencia Star

As previously mentioned, Soler is a Valencia star through and through. They have continued to lose key players due to issues in their hierarchy and the need to ascertain increased funds. Whether it be Goncalo Guedes joining Wolves, Leeds United snapping up Rodrigo Moreno, or experienced pair Francis Coquelin and Dani Parejo crossing the divide to Villarreal, everything is going downhill.

Gennaro Gattuso, a fractious character, is currently in charge at the Mestalla. Soler had been the captain under the stewardship of Marcelino and former Watford man Javi Gracia amongst others but the arrival of the Italian spells the end for the Spaniard. Fellow countryman Pablo Sarabia made a similar move to this and it didn’t pan out so Soler will be hoping for a better rub of the green than him. The terms of Soler’s move to Ligue 1 are an “€18m guaranteed fee plus €3m add-ons with solidarity fee.”