Pablo Sarabia has signed a contract with his new club, Wolverhampton. The Spaniard joins his compatriot Julen Lopetegui there, as well as Mario Lemina, the Gabonese who left Nice and Ligue 1 for the 16th in the Premier League during this winter transfer window.
On social networks, the Wolves have formalized the movement of Pablo Sarabia, eagerly awaited for several days now. The amount of the transfer has not been officially revealed, but the winger has signed for two and a half seasons (June 2025) with the English club. According to Transfermarktthe amount of the transfer is 5M euros.
Recruited by Paris Saint-Germain in 2019, against 18 million euros, Pablo Sarabia never really imposed himself in the French capital. Constantly competing with high-caliber players, the former Sevillian had to go into exile in Portugal, at Sporting CP, last season, to have more playing time than usual. This year, under the orders of Christophe Galtier, the Spaniard did not have a chance (14 games, but only 6 starts), which did not prevent Luis Enrique from selecting him for the World Cup in Qatar ( 1 match played, 2 minutes of play).
Pablo Sarabia should be able to revive at Wolves, in a less provided workforce.
—Wolves (@Wolves) January 17, 2023
Navas asks to leave
Criticism of his coach, Christophe Galtier, on the sidelines of the 2022 World Cup, Keylor Navas wants to leave PSG. The player’s entourage confirmed the information to Mundo Deportivo, while the former Real Madrid goalkeeper is no longer playing this season (only 1 match), behind Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Quoted a time from the side of Bayern Munich, which chose its future guardianthe name of Keylor Navas has mainly come out in recent hours in Saudi Arabia. Al-Nassr, Cristiano Ronaldo’s club, are reportedly interested in signing the 36-year-old Costa Rican. With a big contract at stake (4M euros per year).
A boon for Paris Saint-Germain, who can no longer lend players this season, and who should therefore hope that a club wants to secure the services of a 36-year-old goalkeeper. No small feat.