It seems as though that if a club wants to add a talented young player with loads of potential, they take a long look at those in Paris Saint-Germain’s youth system.
According to RMC Sport, via Le10Sport, Moussa Sissako could be heading to Belgium as he looks to secure a loan deal with an option to buy with Standard Liège.
The 19-year-old is currently playing with the under-19 squad and with no call-ups to play with the senior team this season, it seems as though there’s a hint in Sissako’s eyes that he will need to look for greener pastures elsewhere, which is why he’s potentially heading to Belgium. Furthermore, with a log jam at center-back, his natural position, it’s unlikely that the Frenchman would be able to gain playing time for the foreseeable future.
With Sissako under contract until 2021, per Transfermarkt, it’s ideal for him to perform well for Standard Liège throughout the duration of his loan stint since PSG can recoup a decent fee for a player they perhaps didn’t see in their future plans.
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