Skube track cooled, Steins in sight?

While Sebastian Skube refused the advances of PSG Handball, the club of the Capital would seek to be loaned until the end of the season the Toulousain Luc Steins, according to the daily newspaper L’Equipe.

PSG are desperately looking for a center-half. Deprived of Nikola Karabatic for many months, the six-time defending French champion first considered hiring the Slovenian international Sebastian Skube, according to the Norwegian channel TV2 Sport. But the latter, whose contract with Bjerringbro-Silkeborg expires at the end of the season, preferred to give up settling in the Capital for family reasons.

We don’t know exactly where we’re going to be next season, and in this time of a pandemic, it’s not the best time to move the whole family., especially since it would be necessary to move twice in six months, the older brother of Stas Skube told the same media. If I was 23 and alone I would have left immediately, but I am not. “A track that PSG had to abandon, but not its idea of ​​strengthening a very thin workforce in this strategic position.

PSG ready to go recruit on the side of Toulouse?

But the capital club must face a heavy regulatory constraint, it cannot convince a player who has already played in the Champions League this season. This is why Raul Gonzalez Gutierrez suggested to his leaders to study the track leading to Toulouse center-half Luc Steins, according to information from the daily L’Equipe. An arrival that could be in the form of a paying loan with, as another counterpart, the loan of Sadou Ntanzi, a young player trained at PSG.

But this loan of the 25-year-old player would be a “complicated and expensive” file for Parisian leaders since the sports daily advance the sum of 100,000 euros to complete the transaction, which would be too important for Bruno Martini and Thierry Omeyer. However, the case would be close to a conclusion but only one element is missing, the agreement of Luc Steins. “As I speak to you, I cannot confirm or deny anything. It is much too early, however assured Philippe Dallard, president of Fenix ​​Toulouse Handball. As I speak to you, Luc is still a Toulouse player. “

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