Wolves have agreed to pay PSG £4.4 million to sign Pablo Sarabia.

The English Premier League club Wolves and the French club Paris Saint-Germain have come to an agreement regarding the transfer of the services of the Spanish superstar Pablo Sarabia.
Wolves will sign PSG £4.4 million to acquire Pablo Sarabia, who spent the 2021–2022 season on loan with Sporting Lisbon.

The 30-year-old right winger will travel to England on Tuesday for his physical.

After that, the Spain international will sign pen to paper on a contract with the Premier League club that is for two and a half years.

After moving to PSG in 2019, he has already scored 11 goals in 35 Ligue 1 matches since his previous club, Sevilla, let him go.

Pablo Sarabia made his debut for Spain’s national team on September 5, 2019, even though he had previously played for almost all of Spain’s youth teams. Since then, the graduate of Real Madrid has contributed 26 times to the senior team of Spain, during which time he has scored 9 goals.

Because Sarabia has played for the national youth teams, Wolves manager Julen Lopetegui knows him. While both were playing for Sevilla, the two managers had a brief encounter with one another.

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Prior to signing with PSG, Lopetegui’s Sevilla had never fielded Sarabia in a game of any kind while he was the head coach there.

You may also remember that Wolves Made a loan deal with Atletico Madrid to acquire Brazilian forward Matheus Cunha in December.

This transaction took place. Mario Lemina, a Gabonese midfielder, was acquired by the club from Nice on Friday and the deal was officially finalized. As a result, the club will make Sarabia its third acquisition thus far in the current winter transfer window.

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