Let’s get started! Asensio will join PSG, according to Romano, and his contract will be good until 2027.
Over the previous few weeks, Asensio’s future has been the subject of heated speculation, with Aston Villa and Paris Saint-Germain among those interested in signing the Spanish international winger.
Asensio has decided on his future move, with Fabrizio Romano stating that he has reached a verbal agreement with PSG to sign a four-year contract.
Asensio is likely to travel to Paris next week to finalize the agreement, which will see him replace Lionel Messi, who is set to leave PSG at the end of the month when his contract expires.
With Euro 2024 on the horizon, Asensio will be eager to obtain regular first-team experience in order to give himself the greatest chance of making Luis de la Fuente’s squad, and Messi’s departure may allow him to do so.
Real Madrid will aim to replace Asensio this summer, with Brahim Diaz, who is poised to return from a loan spell at AC Milan, seeming like the leading contender.