Hugo Ektike doesn’t have a future with Paris Saint-Germain, as the capital club has Gonçalo Ramos and Randal Kolo Muani occupying the striker role.
As a result, PSG has to do right by Ekitke and allow him to leave this upcoming January transfer window. Despite not playing so far this 2023-24 season, the 21-year-old has a market for his services.
L’Equipe recently reported that AC Milan in Italy and West Ham United, Everton, and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League are the main interested parties in the former Stade de Reims goal scorer.
Furthermore, transfer window specialist Fabrizio Romano reveals that PSG will move Ekitike in January, so these clubs might have more interest.
“Hugo Ekitike will leave PSG in January,” Romano said. “Let’s see which clubs will try to sign him, as it remains a quiet situation at the moment. It will be one for December.”
🚨🇫🇷| @FabrizioRomano: “Hugo Ekitike will leave PSG in January, let’s see which clubs will try to sign him as it remains a quiet situation at the moment. It will be one for December.” @caughtoffside pic.twitter.com/XRfvfP5x8S
— PSG Report (@PSG_Report) October 1, 2023
How much could the French giants be asking for? PSG invested €28 million for him, so they’ll look to recoup that initial investment. Additionally, with multiple Premier League clubs, a bidding war could bode well for the Parisians.