Paris Saint-Germain Feminine have made their first signing of this summer transfer window, and it's a familiar face of the Rouge et Bleu as a former goalkeeper, Katarzyna Kiedrzynek has returned to the capital.
The Polish goalkeeper spent seven seasons at PSG and appeared in 121 games. She was able to add one title with the club to her name, and that was the Coupe De France.
In 2020, Kiedrzynek joined German giants, Wolfsburg. She collected 27 appearances during her three seasons, won the Frauen-Bundesliga title, and three DFB-Pokal Frauen trophies too.
Kiedrzynek first made her international debut with Poland at age 20 and currently has 52 caps with the national side.
The 32-year old has signed a two-year deal with PSG, taking her to the year of 2025.
Katarzyna has become the fourth goalkeeper in PSG's roster, alongside Barbora Votikova, Sarah Bouhaddi, and Constance Picaud.
It's to be noted that Votikova and Bouhaddi's contracts both expire in the next few weeks; while Votikova will most probably stay with the club, Bouhaddi could be heading out.
Katarzyna Kiedrzynek Interview
After her arrival (or re-arrival, shall we say), Kiedrzynek sat down with the PSG official website and expressed her many thoughts.
She started by saying, "I'm doing well! I'm feeling a lot of positive emotions and happy to be here. It's hard to explain how I feel because it's just exceptional. I'm thrilled to be here!"
A statement filled with clear joy from the Parisian keeper.
She mentioned that though he signed for Wolfsburg in 2020, "I always deep down felt that I had unfinished business with Paris Saint-Germain, and it's true because I'm back now."
She described her time with Wolfsburg as an experience where she "grew as a player and gained positive and negative experiences." Then she finished by saying she's "returned with her head held high and ready to give my everything!"
When asked if she still followed PSG's games while being away, she answered, "I never stopped following the club's games and kept a close eye on things; I am always behind the team," and this was evident in her aims for the team "I want to win everything: the League, the Coupe De France, and the Champions League."
A great attitude which will surely be vital for this team going forward.
Kiedrzynek ended the interview with a message for the fans that will once again witness her being a PSG player, "I want to tell them all that I'm proud to be back home. I'm looking forward to seeing them again. I want to thank them for all the moments we've shared and all their support."
We wish Kiedrzynek the best of luck with her journey with PSG again.