PSG sign Man Utd target that kept Cristiano Ronaldo out of team as Portuguese legend welcomes transfer to club

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN have completed the signing of Goncalo Ramos.

The Ligue 1 champions announced the transfer with a video of club legend Pedro Pauleta.

Goncalo Ramos has been announced as the new PSG player


Goncalo Ramos has been announced as the new PSG playerPhoto credit: Getty
The 22-year-old scored 27 goals last season


The 22-year-old scored 27 goals last seasonPhoto credit: Getty

In the 23-second clip, Pauleta discusses some of his 109 goals for the club before saying: “Now it’s your turn to make PSG history.”

The video then shows some of Ramos’ goals at the World Cup, where he scored a hat-trick after Cristiano Ronaldo was left out of Portugal’s starting XI in the round of 16.

Now, former Benfica star Ramos has reportedly signed for a transfer fee of £68million.

The first year of the move comes in the form of a loan, with the French club having an option to buy in 2024.

The deal was structured this way for reasons of financial fair play.

Ramos said of his move: “I am very proud and happy to move to Paris Saint-Germain.”

“PSG is one of the biggest clubs in the world with one of the best squads.”

The 22-year-old scored 27 goals in 47 games for Benfica last season.



This comes after Neymar told PSG he wants to leave the club and Chelsea emerged as surprise contenders for a deal.

Superstar Kylian Mbappe also announced that he did not want to extend his contract in Paris beyond next summer.

Ramos was considered one of Manchester United’s key transfer targets this summer.

Ultimately, however, the Red Devils signed Rasmus Hojlund on a £64m deal that grew to £72m.

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