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Sissoko on his way to PSG after Juve agrees fee

Posted On Wednesday, 27th July 2011

Sissoko on his way to PSG after Juve agrees fee

Mohammed Sissoko

Juventus have accepted an offer from Paris Saint-Germain for Momo Sissoko, according to reports in Italy.

The Italian club are willing to sell the Mali international and a number of outfits have shown an interest.

Stoke City and Real Sociedad are understood to have made enquiries, but Paris SG have reportedly tabled a concrete offer.

It’s understood that PSG are ready to hand over €7m for the player initially, but that could rise by a further €1m depending on results.

It now remains to be seen whether the 26-year-old will accept the Ligue 1 club as a possible destination.

The Old Lady signed Sissoko in January 2008 for a fee of €11m from Liverpool. He’s played in 71 League games for the club since his arrival.

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