Le Parisien report that an unnamed ‘top Spanish club’ have made a late move for PSG’s Yacine Adli after it was reported the player had agreed a three year deal with Arsenal.
PSG are also trying to get their outstanding youth product of the season to sign a deal with them but it was reported that Arsenal were able to convince him to move to London with the promise of more regular minutes than he would get in Paris.
The three-year deal reportedly agreed with Arsenal also, allegedly, has an option for a further two although nothing has been signed.
Earlier in the week, L’Equipe reported that the player is expected to join Arsenal while Paris United reported similar:
[Info Paris U] Yacine #Adli va s'engager avec Arsenal. Malgré une proposition plus importante du #PSG, le joueur n'est pas convaincu par le projet du club. Contrat de 3 ans + 2 ans en option. pic.twitter.com/y0bnFgQw2b
— Paris United (@parisunited6) May 30, 2018
The 17-year-old is signing his first professional contract and Unai Emery reportedly used his influence to get the youngster to agree to do that at Arsenal.
Arsenal convinced PSG midfielder Yacine Adli to join by making concrete promises over playing time, according to L'Équipe. More follows.
— Get French Football (@GFFN) May 30, 2018
Capped at youth level with France (u16, u17, u18) with 13 goals in 33 appearances, Adli made 11 appearances in the UEFA Youth League last season, scoring one and assisting another.
Get French Football News believe the Spanish club to be Real Madrid.