Negotiations for Grzegorz Krychowiak's move to Paris Saint-Germain have entered the final stage after the French club reached an agreement with Sevilla for the Polish midfielder, with an announcement expected at some point today. PSG will pay Sevilla a fee of between 25 and 30 million euros, plus incentives. The transfer is a huge boost to Sevilla's account, bearing in mind that Krychowiak joined them just two seasons ago for five million, but it's far from the 45 million euros written into his buy-out.
Krychowiak's PSG move has divided people in Seville - some considering the transfer to be a tidy bit on business by the club while others would have liked to see Sevilla hold out for a larger sum. Just a couple of days ago, club president José Castro announced that Krychowiak wouldn't be sold for the full buy-out fee, "but a fee close to it".