International defender Clare Hunt, who plays in Australia, will sign a contract with PSG for the next three seasons.
PSG were looking for an additional central defender after Paulina Dudek’s injury relapse. PSG’s Poland international suffered a knee injury that unfortunately required another operation and will be out for the majority of the season. So Paris set out to find a credible replacement for the post. His choice fell on Australian international defender Clare Hunt.
At the age of 24, the player has been a professional for 7 seasons. Arriving at Canberra United’s academy at the age of 15, he made his debut with the first team two years later. Clare Hunt has no overseas experience, having only played for clubs in her home country, namely Canberra United (2016/21) and then Western Sydney Wanderers (2021/23). Hunt has been playing internationally with the Australian Matildas since February 2023. He has played 13 matches for Australia and played in all of his national team’s matches during the 2023 World Cup. Elsewhere a good match for defender.
A promising recruit for PSG, the player should join the capital this week. Canal+’s journalist Anne-Laure Salvatico revealed her arrival yesterday during the broadcast of the match between PSG and OL on behalf of the Trophee des Championnes. Bruno Salomon of France Bleu Paris has announced that the player will sign for the next three seasons. Another planned arrival is a legendary striker who recently played in Europe, who will support Marie-Antoinette Gatoto at the forefront of PSG.