The day after PSG’s third place in the Final Four of the Men’s Champions League, Polish club Kielce announced that two of the Parisian players Nedim Rémili and Benoît Kounkoud would play in their colors next season. The two French internationals are committed until June 2026.
Head to Poland for Nedim Rémili (24) and Benoît Kounkoud (25). As expected, the two French internationals will not extend the adventure at PSG. The two men, linked with the Parisian club until June 2022, will both take over the management of Kielce during the offseason, where they will begin a new chapter in their young career. The day after the Club de la Capitale’s third place in the Final Four of the Men’s Champions League, the winner of the event in 2016 officially announced the reinforcements of Rémili and Kounkoud, all in French in the text moreover, with a “hello” which says a lot about the joy that is the first Polish club in history to register its name on the list of the most prestigious European Cups to record the reinforcement of the two left-handers. Under their new colors, the 2017 world champion with the Blues and his teammate who has made all his classes at PSG will find one of their current partner, insofar as Dylan Nahi will also join Kielce, but also one of their teammates in the France team. The pivot of the Blues Nicolas Tournat has been playing in Poland since last year, and he is linked to Kielce until June 2027.
A new blow for PSG
– M18TRZ POLSKI 👑🇵🇱 (@kielcehandball) June 14, 2021
The Polish club certainly strikes a big blow with this double take in the capital, especially since it comes after the overtime of two of the other stars of the team the Spaniard Alex Dujshebaev and the German Andreas Wolff, who come them also to initial new long-term contracts. On the other hand, on the side of Paris, these two losses, although strongly anticipated, constitute an additional blow for the now seven-time champion of France, already in the process of seeing Mikel Hansen (Aalbord) and Vincent Gérard (Saint-Raphaël) leave under different skies, even if it is the club of the capital itself which had chosen not to offer anything to its champion goalkeeper from Europe and the world. Not to mention the possible departures of Yann Genty, Henrik Toft Hansen and Kamil Syprzak, whose engagement is also coming to an end. We had a better period for Paris Saint-Germain handball.