A young Parisian Titi, barely 20 years old, Arnaud Kalimuendo perhaps hoped to have his chance in the first team of the Rouge et Bleu. After two years on loan from Lens, the native of Suresnes returned to Paris with confidence (19 goals scored in 60 Ligue 1 games with the Sang et Or).
But the reality of the Paris transfer window quickly pushed her to consider leaving. Paris must shelter itself from any sanction of financial fair play and as the champions of France are struggling to sell their very dear undesirables such as Mauro Icardi or Ander Herrera, selling their best hopes is often the chosen solution.
Paris will recover 25 M€
Announced in Leeds, Kalimuendo will finally bounce back in Brittany. The Team indeed reveals that PSG and Rennes are in the process of finalizing the transfer of the young striker. The operation should bring in €25m (including bonuses) for the capital club, the amount claimed by the Parisians.
That’s not all since PSG would have managed to include a percentage on a future sale. On paper, Paris will recover a good check, but again risks seeing one of its Titis hatch under other skies, in particular because of its incorrigible lofters. For its part, Rennes will offer itself an excellent hope of Ligue 1 for its attack.