A Spanish young defender, Juan Bernat finally officially left the German Bundesliga giants, Bayern Munich and joined the French Ligue 1 defending champion Paris Saint-Germain on the final day of the summer transfer window. This 25-year-old player said he was very happy with this move and was determined to penetrate Les Parisiens’ main team.
For yout information, Juan Bernat joined Bayern Munich in the 2014 summer transfer market, which at that time he was invited from Valencia. Initially, the Spaniard was appointed as a substitute for Jerome Boateng, but it was difficult for him to penetrate Die Roten’s main team, and he rarely got the chance to appear as a starter.
Then, in the summer transfer market 2016, Bayern Munich brought Mats Hummels, who increasingly closed the opportunity for Bernat to penetrate the main squad directed by Niko Kovac. Actually, he already had the opportunity to leave in the summer transfer market last year, unfortunately when Bernat chose to stay.
But, in this year’s summer transfer market, the player finally solidified his decision to move with his goal being French ligue 1 giant, Paris Saint-Germain. Yes, Bernat officially left for Paris Saint-Germain this summer with a ransom of 15 million euros. The player claimed to be happy with this move and could not wait to play immediately under the direction of Thomas Tuchel.
“I am proud to be able to strengthen PSG. After my debut in Spain and experience in Germany, I will explore a new country and among all things, I found a club that has been spectacular in recent years, I also can’t wait to work with Thomas Tuchel, whose work is well known in Germany. I am happy with my next career step with PSG,” said Juan Bernat, as quoted by the club’s official website.
Throughout defending Bayern Munich, Juan Bernat recorded 111 appearances in all competitions and scored five goals among them.