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Lucas Hernández’s move to PSG official



Lucas Hernández's move to PSG official

Central defender Lucas Hernández is moving from Bayern Munich to Paris Saint-Germain. This was announced by the German record champions on Sunday. Hernández signed in Paris until 2026.

The Frenchman is leaving FC Bayern after a total of four years and joining the French champions PSG. Bayern did not provide any information about the transfer fee, according to media reports it should be between 40 and 50 million euros, plus bonuses.

“We would like to thank Lucas Hernández for four very successful years together,” said Munich CEO Jan-Christian Dreesen: “He always gave everything, his fighting spirit and his passion have always impressed us. FC Bayern wishes him everything for the future Good.”

Bayern had signed the left foot from Atlético Madrid in the summer of 2019 for the club’s record transfer fee of 80 million euros. Hernández was used both centrally in central defense and as a left-back. During his time in Germany, he suffered several injuries. After a cruciate ligament rupture at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he was out for the entire second half of last season.

Hernández said goodbye to fans via social media on Sunday, thanking supporters and the club “for their trust and unconditional support.” However, after “careful consideration,” said Hernández, he decided to “take on new challenges.”

Nevertheless, the FCB club management would have liked to extend the contract with Hernández. Everything seemed to be going that way for a while, but then PSG reportedly got into poker in February, according to media reports. On the Seine he should take the place of Sergio Ramos.

“He’s an incredibly good player who suits us very well, and of course we want to keep him with us in the long term,” said club president Herbert Hainer recently. Coach Thomas Tuchel had emphasized planning with the “absolute leader”.

Hernández played a total of 107 competitive games for Bayern. In four years he was German champion four times, in 2020 he won the sextuple under coach Hansi Flick.

Lucas Hernández: Statistics at FC Bayern

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107 7,338 2 8th 23