Paris Saint-Germain have announced the official exit of Estelle Cascarino, just two-years after joining from Bordeaux.
Cascarino signed a three-year contract for PSG back in the summer of 2021 and made 17 appearances for the club before going on loan to Manchester United eight months ago.
The French defender has now signed for Juventus on a two-year deal taking her to 2025. Cascarino now joins her fellow international teammate, French goalkeeper Pauline Peyraud-Magnin.
While it doesn't come as the biggest surprise that PSG didn't keep a hold of the player, mostly due to her absence for the second half of the season, fans still expressed their displeasement with this decision as Estelle becomes the 10th player to say au revoir to the capital.
Another reason for the fan's response could be down to the lack of recruitment thus far; while five players have arrived for the new season, deals such as Tabitha Chawinga and Esmee Brugts have not had any further developments, and it seems likely, it will stay that way.
PSG's aim for the 23/24 season is very clear, and that's to do a lot better than the previous term. Going out early in the Champions League, losing both the D1Arkema title and French Cup out to Lyon, were not ideal situations for the club, and when you consider you much more squad depth Lyon have added, PSG's chances of overcoming them will be quite the task.
Cascarino's goodbye message
"After two years with Paris Saint-Germain, it's time for me to staet a new adventure. I would like to thank the staff, my teammates, and the fans for their support."
We wish Cascarino the best of luck for the future!