The future of Maxen Kapo no longer fits in Paris Saint-Germain.
At 20 and under professional contract until 2022, the midfielder leaves the Ile-de-France club.
He is committed to Lausanne-Sport for the next four seasons, that is to say until 2025. The Swiss first division club should not delay in communicating the signature of the young player trained in Paris.
Despite undeniable qualities that have enabled him to take part in some first team training sessions, Maxen Kapo has only appeared on four professional match sheets. On the shelves of Sochaux last season, he wanted to take up a new challenge after an almost blank season, truncated by the health crisis, during which he was too old to be listed on a scoresheet with the U19 team.
Despite his lack of playing time, the French international U19, who arrived at PSG in 2013 from Malakoff, caught the eye of Lausanne, a subsidiary club of OGC Nice. A new challenge awaits him in a championship where other young French players considered to have potential have managed to point the tip of their nose, like Lucas Da Cunha, recruited by Nice last summer from Rennes and loaned to Switzerland this season.