Lee Kang-in’s team, French professional soccer team Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), has hired Portuguese striker Gonzalo Hamus (22) on loan. PSG announced on its homepage on the 8th (Korean time) that it had acquired Hamus on loan from Benfica in Portugal. The lease is for one season until next summer, with a full transfer option attached. Previously, there was a local report that Hamus would transfer for a transfer fee of 80 million euros (approximately 115 billion won), but PSG chose a safer ‘transfer after lease’. Hamus is a goalscorer whose strengths are reckless movement and decisiveness. Last season, he scored 27 goals in 47 matches for Benfica. At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he recorded a hat-trick in the round of 16 스포츠토토링크 against Switzerland, drawing attention from big clubs.Hamus’ loan transfer was made amid uncertainty about PSG’s forward lineup prospects for the upcoming season. PSG refuses to extend the contract that ends next summer and has a very deep conflict with Kylian Mbappe, who wants to join Real Madrid (Spain) as a free agent next year. The club did not take Mbappe to the Asian tour, and this week, it was pushed into training for players to be released, not first-team training. Right before PSG announced the signing of Hamus, French media L’Equipe reported that Neymar, another axis of attack, wants to return to FC Barcelona (Spain). In the opening game of the 2023-2024 season against Lorient, which kicks off at 4 am on the 13th, attention is focused on what starting list PSG coach Luis Enrique will bring out.