Paris Saint-Germain have announced their first major signing of the summer, as Porto’s Vitinha (22) joins the club for a €40m fee – the former Wolves loanee joining the Parisian side on a permanent 5-year deal after undergoing a medical earlier today in the capital.
The 22-year-old has made 47 appearances in all competitions for FC Porto, including 36 as a starter. He scored four goals and provided three assists. A deal was struck last week for the Portuguese international, who becomes compatriot Luis Campos’ first signing since his arrival as sporting advisor earlier this month.
PSG recently triggered Porto’s €40m release clause for the midfielder, which meant he was free to negotiate with the club. This confirms the Parisian’s first summer signing under incoming manager Christophe Galtier and sporting director Luis Campos’s partnership at PSG. More deals are expected to be concluded in the near future, as PSG have already agreed deals in principle with Milan Skriniar, Renato Sanches, and Gianluca Scamacca – as per sources contacted by GFFN yesterday evening.
Porto have indicated that the exact fee of the transfer will be €41.525m, while the Portuguese club will pay the €4m agent fees included in the transfer themselves.
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