Fabrizio Romano has sent an email to Twitter to imply that Paris Saint-Germain have linked Ismael Gharbi to a new contract.
Well, back in March, it was claimed that Liverpool were planning to raid PSG for the 18-year-old youngster, who was set to expire at the end of June.
As Goal stated, the Reds and Chelsea were monitoring the situation. Gharbi wanted assurances over playing time before committing himself to the French giants.
The adolescent has now received the assurance he was looking for, as he completes a three-year contract to stay at the Parc des Princes.
Gharbi made his Ligue 1 debut last season, netting one minute in a 2-2 draw against Troyes, but the Parisians do not have any trouble with the Paris-born sensation.
Mauricio Pochettino described the attacking midfielder as a crack in the French term for an unquestionably talented player.
Gharbi made four first-team appearances for PSG last season, and with a new contract now signed, he looks set to have a bright future in the French capital.
This is for Liverpool, according to our opinion.
PSG are not just well-known for providing a chance to younger academy prospects, as they tend to splash millions on the top names in Europe.
In the past, Kingsley Coman and Moussa Diaby have lost valuables, some of whom is now wanted by Newcastle, resulting in a deal that may cost 60 million dollars.
Despite their factual presence, PSG has poor prospects.
If PSG fails to give Gharbi the playing time he wants for the next three years, then we''d be surprised to see Jurgen Klopp engage.
As seen in Harvey Elliott and Fabio Carvalho''s signings, the German isnt afraid to bring a youngster to Anfield if he believes they are adequate, so be sure to keep an eye on this situation.