OFFICIAL: Noha Lemina leaves PSG for Sampdoria on loan

PSG and Noha Lemina have decided to part ways temporarily. The 18-year-old winger will leave on loan to the Italian second division, where he will be coached by legend Andrea Pirlo.
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As rumored last week, PSG welcomed a loan for Noha Lemina, and it's official: the young Frenchman goes on loan to Sampdoria, from Serie B in Italy. He will return to the Parc des Princes in 2024.

Lemina will be directed by Andrea Pirlo and will share a dressing room with players who have a lot of experience in the first division, such as Fabio Borini.

Depending on the level that he shows in this campaign, his role will be determined once he returns to Paris, but the French club's board has ambitious plans for what they consider to be one of his best current prospects.

As with Xavi Simons' loan to RB Leipzig, a purchase option was not included in Lemina's contract with the Italian side. Therefore, the intentions of the Parisian team to eventually give importance to the 18-year-old winger are even clearer.

Noha Lemina was part of the group chosen by Luis Enrique for the pre-season tour in Japan and South Korea, and given his performances it seemed that the Rouge et Bleu jewel would be part of the "elite" group of youngsters who are training with PSG's first team.

According to our information, the next youngster with a high probability of going on loan, at his own request, is Ismael Gharbi.

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