With many of Paris Saint-Germain’s youth players looking for more playing time, Éric Dina-Ebimbe is using his loan stint with Ligue 2 side Le Havre AC to capture the eyes of the capital club.
In a recent interview with Goal (via Le10Sport), Dina-Ebimbe isn’t interested in going anywhere but back to Paris. The 19-year-old is sighting PSG’s track record of allowing young players such as Tanguy Kouassi to prove themselves and see if they can play for the senior squad.
“The goal is that I come back next year as a seasoned player with the first team,” said Dina-Ebimbe. “We don’t know what’s going to happen, but all the work I’m doing is to come back stronger to Paris.”
The type of confidence that Dina-Ebimbe is displaying has to make executives at PSG smile since the midfielder isn’t using his stay in Ligue 2 to find an easier path to become a first-team player despite there being interest from Manchester United.
Furthermore, with some players like Idrissa Gueye and Ander Herrera being in their 30s, if Dina-Ebimbe can come back to Paris and impress the coaches with his form, then there is the possibility of minutes in the midfield when those two sets of players need a night off.
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