Julian Draxler (29-Germany) has left Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) for the Middle East.
Qatari Stars League club Al Ahli announced on Monday (July 19), “We have confirmed the signing of Draxler. The contract is for two years and he will wear the number seven shirt.” Draxler ends his seven-year career at PSG to take on a new challenge in Qatar.
Draxler said: “I’m happy to finally come to the Qatar League. I’m looking forward to playing for Al Ahli.” Draxler left his mark at Al Thumama Stadium, home of Al Ahli and host of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Recently, PSG’s veteran players have been leaving the club in droves. In addition to Draxler, Lionel Messi (36-Inter Miami), Neymar (31-Alhilal), and Marco Verratti (30-Al-Arabi) left PSG for new leagues when the transfer window opened this summer. Only Draxler is in his 20s.
PSG is preparing for generational change. Kylian Mbappe, Kolo Mouani, Lee Kang-In, Vitinha, Gonzalo Higuain, and Vitinha will lead the attack, along with other players in their 20s.온라인카지노
Draxler was a promising prospect from an early age. A product of the Schalke 04 youth academy, he has represented Germany at every age group level. He played four years at Schalke 04 and one year at Wolfsburg before moving to PSG in France. He played for PSG for six seasons, scoring 26 goals and providing 41 assists in 198 appearances. He spent his final season on loan at Benfica in Portugal.
A member of a World Cup-winning team Draxler was a supporting player when Germany won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. He came on in the second half of the 7-1 win over Brazil in the quarterfinals. He scored seven goals and provided seven assists in 58 caps, including this one.