Paris Saint-Germain sign Grzegorz Krychowiak from Sevilla

Paris Saint-Germain have completed the signing of Poland international Grzegorz Krychowiak from FC Sevilla. The player signed a five-year deal with PSG, which will keep him at the club until 2021.

According to PSG paid a transfer fee of €33.6m (£25.20m).
Krychowiak becomes PSG's second summer signing after Hatem Ben Arfa.

Krychowiak was trained at the Girondins de Bordeaux youth academy, then he joined Stade de Reims before signing for Sevilla FC in 2014 where he played under the direction of Unai Emery, whom he now rejoins at Paris Saint-Germain.

In two seasons in Spain, the Polish international continued his progression, winning two consecutive UEFA Europa League titles (2015, 2016) and playing in the final of the Copa del Rey against FC Barcelona, last May.

The defensive midfielder made 42 appearances last season, playing in La Liga, Champions League, Europa League and Copa del Rey, he scored 1 goal and provided 5 assists.

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2014-16 90 5 6

PSG's new signing told the club's official website:

“I am very proud to return to France and defend the colours of a club as ambitious as Paris Saint-Germain. The opportunity to continue working with Unai Emery was obviously a major factor in my decision. I have joined Paris to live very strong emotions and with the ambition of winning as many trophies as possible. I am looking forward to this exciting next step in my career.”

Paris Saint-Germain Chairman and CEO, Nasser Al-Khelaifi declared:

“I am very satisfied to see Grzegorz Krychowiak join our club. He has been very successful over the past two seasons with Sevilla FC. Grzegorz represents the values of hard-work and fighting spirit, so important to our Club, our fans and our new coach with whom he wanted to continue playing. I have no doubt he will become an important member of our squad.”

Krychowiak played 38 times for Poland. He was involved in Poland's Euro 2016 action. The 26-year-old reached the quarter-finals of UEFA Euro 2016 with his national team.