Several players completed moves away from Paris Saint-Germain over the recent winter transfer window, including Pablo Sarabia. Premier League side Wolverhampton signed the Spanish international from PSG in January, and it also came to terms with the forward on a two-and-a-half-year contract deal.
From PSG’s standpoint, it was not necessarily pleased to see Sarabia leave the club in the middle of the season. According to RMC Sport, Sarabia’s call to join Wolverhampton was a move “not seen as positive by the staff and sports management” at the club.
PSG “knew” that it would have a difficult time finding a replacement for Sarabia over the remainder of the winter transfer window due to “financial constraints.”
PSG did not end up signing a forward last month. Even as the club was linked with talents such as FC Zenit forward Malcom, PSG football advisor Luis Campos ultimately failed to bring in an attacking reinforcement to the team.
PSG manager Christophe Galtier will be counting on the likes of Hugo Ekitike and Carlos Soler to continue to provide attacking depth over the remainder of the ongoing season.