There are a lot of rumors over what Paris Saint-Germain are planning to do to improve the squad in the January transfer window. However, look for the club to loan out some of their talented youth players, which includes Loïc Mbe Soh.
According to Goal.com (via CulturePSG), Ligue 2 side Le Havre AC is interested in a loan deal for the teenager.
Being an 18-year-old and trying to break into a star-studded squad like PSG is a tough task. This season, Mbe Soh has only made one appearance where he played 59 minutes for the capital club. With the teenager having immense potential, it stunts his development to sit on the bench and only work on his craft during training or youth matches.
A move to Le Havre would give Mbe Soh more playing time and allow for PSG to see what they have in him. On the other hand, it’s also a showcase loan where other clubs who might be interested in the teenage center-back can see him play against professionals.
Last Summer, PSG saw an exodus of young talent, and although Mbe Soh looks like someone they should keep, a loan will bump up his value, which is at €5 million, according to Transfermarkt.
If a deal is to get done with Le Havre, the Frenchman’s development could be accelerated due to the club’s history of developing young talent. Players to come out of Le Havre include Paul Pogba, Lassana Diarra, Dimitri Payet, and Steve Mandanda.
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