Wolves and PSG reach agreement for the transfer of Pablo Sarabia

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According to information from Relevo, confirmed on Saturday morning by journalist Fabrizio Romano, PSG and Wolverhampton have reached an agreement for €5M (excluding bonuses) for the transfer of Pablo Sarabia.

Pablo Sarabia is getting closer to leaving Paris Saint-Germain. Apparently much desired by Wolverhampton and Julen Lopetegui, the Spanish striker is on his way to joining the Premier League side.

After returning from a successful loan spell to the Portuguese league where he played for Sporting CP, expectations for the Spanish striker were high.

Internally, Sarabia was even Christophe Galtier's favorite attacking substitute, preferring him over Hugo Ekitike quite often. However, the hierarchy changed.

The poor performances of the Spanish striker added to the excellent and recent performances of Ekitike, definitively opened the door for him to leave PSG.

Pablo Sarabia will move to Premier League side Wolves from PSG until the summer of 2025

In the last hours, an agreement seemed to be on the right track. According to Relevo, Wolves and PSG have already found common ground for the transfer of the former Sevilla FC player.

The same source mentions the sum of money (€5M) with various bonuses attached to it. The man from Madrid should soon sign a contract until 2025 with a one-year option at the end of it.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano confirmed the information shared on Friday by Relevo. Romano acknowledged there is a deal in place for the same amount of money plus variable bonuses related to different performance benchmarks. According to the journalist, Sarabia has already "accepted all the conditions."

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This ends a saga that has lasted only a few days with the Spaniard struggling in the Parisian capital and PSG not convinced about his contributions to the team over his few weeks back from the loan to Sporting Lisbon last season.