Official | PSG's Noha Lemina signs with Wolverhampton on a loan deal

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Announced several days ago, the loan with an option to buy for Noha Lemina is now official. The PSG academy product will try to kickstart his career in England.

After a promising preseason with PSG, Noha Lemina, still under contract until June 2025 with his training club, had been loaned to Serie B's Sampdoria in Genoa to gain playing time and experience in the professional world.

However, the loan turned into a fiasco as the academy player only played fifteen minutes with the Italian club's professional team on August 30, 2023. For several months, he has been playing with Sampdoria's U19 team. This was not the plan at the time of the loan, so Noha Lemina terminated his loan.

He will reunite with his brother, Mario

For several days, there have been talks of interest from several clubs for the PSG academy product. Amiens, Le Mans, Stuttgart, Lille, and Wolverhampton have reportedly shown interest. The English club, already interested a few weeks ago, seemed to have put this option aside.

However, in recent days, his name has resurfaced in the news surrounding Noha Lemina. His loan with an option to buy was officially announced by both clubs on Wednesday evening. The details of the purchase option have not been disclosed by the two teams.

According to the latest rumors, it would amount to one million euros and could be paid in two installments. PSG could also recover 25% of a potential resale profit. If Wolves decide to exercise this purchase option, Noha Lemina will commit to the Premier League club until June 2029.