Paris Saint-Germain officially announced the signing of 25-year-old Spanish midfielder Carlos Soler from Valencia on a contract until June 2027.
Valencia-born Soler joined his hometown club’s youth academy in 2005, where his career started. On December 10, 2016, Carlos Soler made his debut in Valencia’s 2-3 loss to Real Sociedad. After that, he played 225 games for the parent team, scoring 36 goals and sending 31 assists.
In terms of honor, Soler played the full 90 minutes in the Copa del Rey final of the 2018/19 season, and finally won the championship with a 2-1 victory over Barcelona in Valencia .
Based on multiple sources including the new sports media Relevo, Radio Corbe, and the well-known French journalist Leuk Tanzi of RMC Sport, Soler’s transfer fee totals 22 million euros, but the two countries have fixed and floating bonuses. The above statement is different. The Spanish media claimed that Soler’s worth was a fixed transfer fee of 18 million euros, plus a floating fee of 4 million euros; Leuk Tanzi said that the Spaniard’s transfer fee had 17 million euros as a fixed part of the transaction, and another 500 million euros. Floating terms of 10,000 euros.
“A new adventure”
Soler was so excited about his first career trip to Ligue 1, which he called “a new adventure”. “I am very happy,” Soler told PSG TV. “This is a new adventure in my career. I’m incredibly proud and I can’t wait to meet my team-mates, work with them and give everything for this shirt. We’ll start at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday. The first Champions League game. For me, it will be an opportunity for me to get to know it; it will be a great party for everyone and the fans.”