PSG reach agreement with Benfica for the loan of Goncalo Ramos

Goncalo Ramos celebrates a goal of SL Benfica during the...
Goncalo Ramos celebrates a goal of SL Benfica during the... / SOPA Images/GettyImages

In Sunday morning's breaking news, discussions of an imminent agreement between PSG and Benfica regarding the transfer of a 22-year-old Portuguese international popped up suddenly.

French outlet L'Equipe confirmed a deal had been reached through the weekend's final hours.

The player's journey might lead him to France, where he is expected to undergo a medical examination and finalize his contract before next weekend ahead of the first Ligue 1 game of the season on Saturday.

As reported by L'Equipe on Monday morning, PSG and the Portuguese champions have reached a comprehensive understanding. Both clubs are currently ironing out the final details of a loan deal with an obligatory purchase option in June 2024.

Goncalo Ramos, the talented striker who already scored for Portugal in the last World Cup, is expected to arrive in Paris within the next few days to undergo his medical assessment and officially become a PSG player.

Fabrizio Romano has also confirmed that Ramos will become the ninth signing for PSG this summer. The agreement's specifics are being worked out, and it appears to be a loan deal with a mandatory purchase option worth €65m, along with an additional €15m to be paid in bonuses.

In the coming days, the young footballer will need to pass his medical examination to finalize the transfer before he can be officially introduced as a PSG player and used in matches by new manager Luis Enrique.

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