Safonov answered the question about his transfer to PSG 14:24

Krasnodar goalkeeper Matvey Safonov said that he has not signed a contract with French PSG yet. “Championship”.

“There is no official information yet, everything remains a rumor,” Safonov said.

PSG has not yet announced Safonov’s transfer. However, the head coach of the Russian national team, Valery Karpin, told reporters that the goalkeeper, who previously played for Krasnodar, successfully passed the medical examination at the Paris club.

At the same time, on Friday, June 7, it became known that Safonov was banned from leaving Russia due to alimony debt exceeding 60 million rubles. The ban came into force on June 6, when the goalkeeper was with the Russian national team in Minsk, where they played a friendly match with the Belarusian national team this evening.

PSG became champions of France in the 2023/24 season, nine points ahead of second-place Monaco. In the French Cup final, the Parisians beat Lyon with a score of 2:1.

Safonov was previously transferred to PSG It turned out to be on the verge of collapse.

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Source: Gazeta


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