‘Fellow MF’ Verratti leaves PSG for Qatar

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) midfielder Marco Verratti (30), a former teammate of South Korea men’s national soccer team ace Lee Kang-in (22), has moved to Qatar’s Al Arabi.

PSG announced on Thursday (June 14) through the club’s official channel, “After 11 years with us, Verratti has signed for Al Arabi. A player who has left an indelible mark on our history. We wish him all the best for the rest of his career.”바카라사이트

Verratti joined PSG in 2012 from Italian side Pescara, where the central playmaker helped establish the club as an emerging force in the French league.

In total, he made 416 appearances, contributing to 295 wins and winning 30 trophies. He is the second-most-capped player in PSG history.

This season, however, PSG has built a team centered around younger players like Lee Kang-in and Marco Asensio. In the process, Verratti’s position has diminished.

Now in his early 30s, big clubs like Manchester United (England) and Bayern Munich (Germany) recognized his quality and made offers. His final choice was Qatar.

According to the British publication The Guardian, the transfer fee is €45 million (approximately $64.1 billion). According to the media, this is the most expensive transfer in the history of the Qatari league. Al Arabi said that Berati has signed a three-year contract.

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