Another public appeal to “let it go”… Paris Saint-Germain wanted for ‘taskmaster’
Kolo Moani (24-Eintracht Frankfurt) has once again reiterated his desire to move to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). In recent days, it has even been speculated that the player is set to embark on a ‘last-ditch’ effort to push through a move.
“I hope that Frankfurt will let me move to PSG,” said Kolo Moani on Tuesday, adding, “I think I have always given my best since I joined last year. I won the hearts of the fans, I behaved professionally. He has earned everything.”
This is not the first time that Kolo Moani has publicly expressed his desire to join PSG this summer. Earlier this month, he told Frankfurt officials, “I want to leave this summer, and I hope they will accept the transfer.”
There’s a reason why Kolo Moani has publicly stated his intentions twice now. He has received an “offer” from PSG, but has been stymied by Frankfurt’s refusal to negotiate a transfer, with the club setting a whopping €100 million price tag. As the transfer deadline approaches, he has once again made a strong appeal.
“I have received a transfer offer from PSG,” said Kolo Moani. “This opportunity is really special and I don’t think it will happen again. I really want to move this summer and I hope that Eintracht Frankfurt will accept the offer and make this transfer possible.”
Earlier in the day, local reports suggested that Kolo Moani could be in line to join PSG this summer. In fact, he hasn’t trained since Wednesday and is widely expected to miss the upcoming UEFA Europa Conference (UECL) playoffs.
The French-born Kolo Moani is an all-around attacker with a prolific goal-scoring ability, quick feet and the ability to penetrate from behind. In addition to his off-the-ball movement and link-up ability, he is also physically strong, and is praised for his post-play and aerial competitiveness. 스포츠토토
In fact, he thrived at Nantes, where he made his professional debut in the 2020-2021 season, scoring 23 goals and providing 16 assists in 81 official appearances over two seasons. Last season, he switched to Frankfurt, where he scored 23 goals and provided 17 assists in 46 appearances across all competitions.
His performances earned him a spot on the French national team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Initially not named to the final roster, he was called up after Christopher Nkunku (25-Chelsea) was injured in training. He made three appearances, scoring one goal and providing one assist.
Kolo Moani, who has made a name for himself in recent years, was immediately “courted” by big clubs. In fact, since January, he has been linked with Bayern Munich, Manchester United, and Chelsea. And this summer, he’s been actively pursued by PSG. He already has a personal agreement in place. He is expected to join the club as soon as a transfer fee can be negotiated.