PSG recovers these 3 players for summer preseason

  • Young players return to PSG to determine their future
  • Will Luis Enrique consider any of these players for the 24/25 season?
  • A positive season in light of the club’s loans
PSG Recovers These 3 Players for Summer Preseason.
PSG Recovers These 3 Players for Summer Preseason. / Jean Catuffe/GettyImages

After having several players out on loan, PSG will recover them and hopes to test them in the summer preseason to evaluate their future.

With a promising future, PSG doesn’t want to leave its players without game time during the season. Therefore, they decided to loan them out to various European teams to continue developing their skills. However, the return to Paris has already begun, as clarified by Foot Mercato, with these players once again at Luis Enrique’s disposal.

PSG recovers these 3 players for summer preseason

Ismael Gharbi

The 20-year-old Spaniard was loaned by PSG to Stade-Lausanne in Switzerland, where he played the 23/24 season, appearing in 29 matches, scoring 6 goals, and providing 6 assists, marking a very positive season in Switzerland. Now it’s time for him to return to Paris, and Luis Enrique will decide the future of this promising young player, though he might not be in PSG’s plans.

Ayman Kari

The French midfielder spent his 23/24 season at Lorient, where he didn’t have as much impact as expected, playing only 14 matches, contributing 1 assist and 1 goal. Like Gharbi, Kari is ready for the preseason tour with PSG, where a decision will be made regarding the 19-year-old’s future.

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Cher Ndour

For Cher Ndour, his loan spell was one of the least positive for PSG. At 19 years old, the Italian promises to have a bright future as a midfielder. With his 1.90m stature and great agility, Ndour is one of Italy’s most anticipated prospects for the future. However, his season began with minutes at PSG, even scoring his first goal for the club in the Coupe de France, before being loaned out.

Sent to Braga in Portugal, he played only 11 matches, scoring 1 goal and not seeing much more action that season. The uncertainty remains with Ndour, as he might not make it to the summer preseason, and his future could be decided without competing in it. However, for the club’s plans, it would be important to have the Italian on board.

Luis Enrique’s decision in his project is the final word in determining the future of these players. However, given the situation, selling any of the three is not very profitable, and depending on the transfers, the best option within the club is to work with Ismael Gharbi. Meanwhile, for Kari and Ndour, another loan spell might be what awaits them.