PSG have signed Gregory Coupet from Atletico Madrid, while Mickael Landreau has left for Lille.
Landreau joins Lille as replacement shot-stopper arrives
Paris St Germain have signed goalkeeper Gregory Coupet from Atletico Madrid, while Mickael Landreau has left for Lille.
Former France shot-stopper Coupet has returned to his homeland on a two-year contract after failing to secure a regular place at Atletico, who he joined last July.
The 36-year-old former Lyon player won the Ligue 1 title seven times during his 11 seasons at the Stade Gerland, and earned 34 caps for France.
Meanwhile, Landreau has moved to Lille on a three-year deal to make room for Coupet's arrival.
The 30-year-old joined PSG from Nantes in 2006 and has played 11 times for France in his career.