PSG announced on Monday the signing of a first professional contract for two of its youngsters, namely Teddy Alloh and Kenny Nagera.
After seeing certain nuggets from its center spinning under other skies such as Tanguy Kouassi, the Parisian board decided to lock out two of its hopes. This Monday, the club announced that it had signed a first professional contract with Teddy Alloh and Kenny Nagera. Deals already closed a few days ago and which have just been formalized.
✍️ 2️⃣ players signed their first professional contract this Monday 🔴🔵
Kenny Nagera pic.twitter.com/duaMJdvXJJ
– Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) June 29, 2020
The two elements, who have never played with the first team, are now linked to PSG until 2023.
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Nagera, 18, has been chatting with Paris for several weeks. Foreign clubs were following him. An attacker capable of moving in the center or on the wing, he had perfectly taken over from Arnaud Kalimuendo when the center-forward contested the U17 World Cup last fall. At that time, he was even the top scorer in his category.
Alloh is the same age but he evolves behind, at the position of left side. He notably played three matches in the Youth League last season.
Paris should also confirm in the coming days the signing of a three-year contract for central defender Thierno Baldé.