Wolverhampton Wanderers have struck a deal with Paris Saint-Germain to bring Noha Lemina on board through a loan agreement.
The Athletic reported on Tuesday that Wolves are still in the process of working out the details with Lemina and his agent, but they’re looking to bring the 18-year-old in on loan with an option to buy for €2 million.
🚨 Wolverhampton Wanderers have reached agreement with Paris Saint-Germain to sign Noha Lemina on loan. Deal for 18yo France youth international attacker includes buy option at €2m #WWFC still need to finalise terms with player + agent @TheAthleticFC #PSG https://t.co/Q2lcWbRzw6
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) January 30, 2024
L’Equipe journalist Loïc Tanzi recently provided the latest on the teenager. Tanzi reveals that LOSC Lille has approached PSG to try to sign Lemina. Additionally, they were able to present their project to the player.
Nonetheless, it seems the youngster is Premier League-bound rather than staying in Ligue 1 with Les Dogues. Lemina, the younger brother of Wolves midfielder Mario Lemina, is 30 years old and has made 39 appearances since joining from Nice in January 2023.
He played with PSG’s first team during pre-season before being loaned to Serie B club Sampdoria in late August. So far, he has made one league appearance for the club.