Wolves ‘open talks over a deal for PSG star Pablo Sarabia’ as Julen Lopetegui seeks to reunite with his former Spain U19 captain – as the midfielder enters the final 18 months of his contract in Paris
- Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen on signing PSG midfielder Pablo Sarabia
- As it stands, Sarabia has 18 months left on his contract with the Ligue 1 giants
- It remains to be seen as to whether Wolves will sign him on a permanent basis
- The 30-year-old midfielder has worked with boss Julen Lopetegui twice before
Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be in talks with Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Pablo Sarabia, according to The Athletic.
Wolves could purchase Sarabia for a reasonable price as the 30-year-old only has 18 months left on his contract with the Ligue 1 giants.
However, it remains to be seen as to whether Wolves would look to sign Sarabia on a permanent basis or whether they would agree to a loan deal with an option to buy.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be in talks with PSG midfielder Pablo Sarabia
A move to Wolves would see the 30-year-old midfielder link back up with his former manager, Julen Lopetegui.
Lopetegui managed Sarabia for the U19 European Championship in 2011 and named the midfielder as his captain for the tournament.
As it stands, Sarabia (middle) has just 18 months left on his contract with the Ligue 1 giants
A move to Wolves would see the 30-year-old midfielder link back up with Julen Lopetegui
The pair crossed paths once again in 2019 at Sevilla. They ended up spending a month together before Sarabia joined Paris Saint-Germain.
Sarabia has struggled to cement his place in PSG’s starting XI – having only made 98 appearances since joining in 2019.
However, he did thrive on loan at Sporting Lisbon last year. He scored 21 goals in 45 matches for the Portuguese side.
The Spain international was also selected for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar but missed his penalty during their shootout with Morocco
The Spain international was also selected for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, but it will be a tournament to forget.
He came on as a substitute during their round-of-16 defeat by Morocco and failed to find the back of the net during their epic shootout.
The signing of Sarabia would mark Wolves’ second of the January transfer window – having already secured the services of Matheus Cunha from Atletico Madrid.
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