PSG has just sold its young midfielder Bandiogou Fadiga to Greek club Olympiakos.
Another young person who leaves PSG before having had the opportunity to prove himself there. Although he turned pro in January 2019, Bandiogou Fadiga never really had his chance in the Paris first team and that’s why he resolved to change air in the hope of finally launching his career. The “Titi” of Senegalese origin responded favorably to the call from Olympiakos and the Ile-de-France management saw no problem in letting go. The transfer amount, which is final, was not disclosed.
PSG gave it up for crumbs
According to Goal, the Parisian management was not demanding with regard to the transfer fee. On the other hand, it negotiated a large percentage on a potential resale of Fadiga. The latter has signed up for a period of four and a half years with the reigning Greek champions.
Μπαντιουνγκού Φαντιγκά, καλώς όρισες στον Ολυμπιακό! / Welcome to Olympiacos, Bandiougou Fadiga! 🔴⚪
#Olympiacos #Transfer #Welcome #BandiougouFadiga #WelcomeFadiga #WeKeepOnDreaming pic.twitter.com/pluOUMxbfc
— Olympiacos FC (46🏆) (@olympiacosfc) January 14, 2022
20 years old, Fadiga, who is the son of former Senegal star Khalilou Fadiga, has 10 appearances in the French top flight. Six honored with Paris during the first part of the 2020/2021 season and the other four with Stade Brestois, where he was on loan from January.
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