Edouard Michut, one of the most talented players in PSG's academy, is on the verge of going out on loan for the remainder of the season to Adana Demirspor, a Turkish club.
Michut already made appearances with PSG's senior team during the 2020-21 and 2021-22 seasons, but he seemed to be looking for more playing time after that and he was therefore loaned to Sunderland last season, with an option to buy.
After a somewhat challenging start, he managed to win the trust of his coach in the latter part of the season, amassing 28 appearances across all competitions and scoring one goal. Despite his progress, Sunderland chose not to exercise the purchase option. Under contract through June 2025 and facing the same lack of playing time, he's on the move once again.
Fabrizio Romano confirmed on Wednesday that Michut is indeed joining the Turkiye side on loan, with the deal potentially including a purchase option. That last bit is still unknown at the time of this writing.
A verbal agreement has been reached between both parties, although the finalization of paperwork and the signing of the deal have not yet happened, informed Romano.
Notably, Patrick Kluivert, the manager of the Turkish club, has expressed a strong interest in securing Michut's services and should have already greenlighted it.
The only thing pending now is ironing out the contract and loan deal details before confirming the transaction in the next few hours or days at the latest before the Turkish transfer market closes.