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Paris Saint-Germain confirm signing of Carlos Soler on five-year contract

Toby Cudworth
Carlos Soler departs Valencia after a 17-year association with the club
Carlos Soler departs Valencia after a 17-year association with the club / Alex Caparros/GettyImages
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Paris Saint-Germain have completed the signing of Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler on a five-year contract.

The 25-year-old arrives in the French capital for a fee of around €18m, with the Ligue 1 champions expected to pay €3m in bonuses and add-ons.

PSG have operated shrewdly during this summer's window, picking up the likes of Nordi Mukiele, Renato Sanches and Fabian Ruiz for just over €40m combined, while new sporting director Luis Campos has also overseen impressive deals for Vitinha and Hugo Ekitike.

Soler is the seventh arrival for new manager Christoph Galtier, who has not only overseen an impressive start domestically, but is also working with Kylian Mbappe - who having turned down Real Madrid earlier in the summer is perhaps PSG's most impressive piece of business.


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"I am very happy! It's a new adventure in my career, and I feel very proud and excited to start working with my teammates, meeting them and giving my all for this jersey," Soler told PSG's official website.

"Tuesday, we play our first Champions League match at the Parc des Princes, and this will be an opportunity for me to find out. I'm sure it will be a big party for everyone and for the fans."

Soler departs Valencia after playing 265 games in all competitions at various levels, but perhaps more crucially heads for pastures new after a 17-year association with the club - he joined the academy as aged just eight.

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