Wolves in talks over deal for PSG’s Pablo Sarabia

Wolverhampton Wanderers are in talks over a deal for Paris Saint-Germain’s Pablo Sarabia.

Sarabia, 30, has only 18 months left on his contract at PSG so would not command a large fee.

It is not yet clear whether Wolves would look to do a permanent deal for Sarabia or a loan with an option or obligation to buy.

The attacking midfielder has worked with Wolves head coach Julen Lopetegui on two previous occasions. Sarabia was captain and Lopetegui the coach when Spain won the Under-19 European Championship in 2011, and they also overlapped for a month at Sevilla in the summer of 2019, before the Real Madrid academy graduate left for PSG.

Sarabia has made 98 appearances for PSG since joining the French club. He enjoyed a hugely successful spell on loan at Sporting Lisbon last year, scoring 21 goals in 45 matches, but has struggled for game time at PSG since returning and only made three league starts this season.

Sarabia was also a part of the Spain squad at the 2022 World Cup. He came on as a late substitute during the round-of-16 defeat by Morocco and missed a penalty during the shootout.

Wolves have already been active in the January transfer window, with Matheus Cunha arriving from Atletico Madrid.

The Athletic has also reported that Lopetegui’s side are close to a deal for Nice midfielder Mario Lemina.

Wolves return to Premier League action this weekend, as they host West Ham United.



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