The French side has decided to follow Luis Enrique's demands by parting ways with two footballers the coach did not need around.

Even if they took too long to do so, PSG managed to give their coach -and one of their stars- the striker the team needs to go all the way.

Just as the transfer deadline was coming to a close, the French side sealed a deal to lure Randal Kolo Muani to the club on a permanent deal. The striker will join the Ligue 1 outfit for the next five seasons after all dealings came to an end with German club Eintracht Frankfurt.

The 24-year-old footballer completed the transfer after an impressive season with the German Eagles, where he scored 23 goals in 46 apps for Die Adler across all competitions.

The club did not waste any time to share the news with their supporters on social media.

Reports close to the clubs revealed that the deal between Eintracht Frankfurt and PSG will see Les Parisiens paying their German counterpart over $97M for his services between the official transfer and add-ons.

Kolo Muani has become the 12th signing for PSG in what turned out to be a busy window for the French club, who saw Hugo Ekitike, Milan Skriniar, Marco, Asensio, Manuel Ugarte, Lee Kang-in, Lucas Hernández, Cher Ndour, Arnau Tenas, Goncalo Ramos, Ousmané Dembelé, and Bradley Barcola being signed by the club, in a bid to win their first-ever continental title.