Grzegorz Krychowiak has joined Paris Saint-Germain from Sevilla, after both teams reached an agreement.
Sevilla announced on Sunday, that a deal has been agreed. As the Poland international moved to Paris, after two seasons with tbr Spanish side.
Krychowiak confirmed the move himself, after posting a picture on his twitter of him holding a PSG jersey.
“A new phase – PSG 2021,” the 26-year-old posted, becoming PSG’s latest signing just two days after they landed Hatem Ben Arfa from Nice, who Sevilla also wanted to sign.
“I’m very proud to return to France and to wear the jersey of such an ambitious club in Paris Saint-Germain,” the former Reims midfielder told the PSG official site.
“To continue to work with Unai Emery was obviously part of the reason I’m here.
“I came to Paris to win as many trophies as possible. This new challenge in my career is very exciting.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was similarly excited about the completion of the deal, saying: “I am very pleased to see Grzegorz Krychowiak join us.
“The last two seasons he has been very efficient with Sevilla FC, in particular on the European scene, and he has been one of the most prominent of Euro players who are currently playing in France.
“Grzegorz embodies the values of discipline and combativeness that are dear to the club, our fans and our new coach, with whom he wanted to continue working.
“There will be no doubt of his importance of our workforce.”
Krychowiak played 90 times for Sevilla over his two-year spell in La Liga, winning two Europa League titles along the way.