Considered one of the greatest talents of the Parisian formation, Edouard Michut was offered a two-year extension by PSG. The capital club wants to secure the future of its 18-year-old midfielder, under contract until 2023.
After conceding significant departures among young people in recent years, PSG want to prevent this from happening again. The club of the capital wants to put the lock and secure the future of Édouard Michut (2003), considered one of the greatest talents from the Parisian training.
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The young 18-year-old midfielder signed a first professional contract with PSG last summer, binding him to the club until June 2023. But PSG seems determined to keep it and are already working to extend it. The Parisian club offered him a two-year contract extension with the desire to armor his young player.
PSG want to shield him
Limited by the regulation of the LFP which stipulates that the legal duration of a first professional contract cannot exceed 3 years, the PSG hopes to quickly sign a first extension to its player, one year after his signature.
Édouard Michut is regularly invited to trainings for the Parisian club’s professional group and has appeared several times in the PSG group this season. The 18-year-old was even able to make his debut in the Parisian tunic in Ligue 1 against Dijon on February 27 (4-0).