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Jean-Christophe Bahebeck (FRA) currently plays for Eredivisie club FC Utrecht. Jean-Christophe Bahebeck is 24 years old (1 May 1993) and he is 183 cm tall. Jean-Christophe Bahebeck prefers to play with right foot. SofaScore Player value for Jean-Christophe Bahebeck is 2.6M €. Jean-Christophe Bahebeck has a contract with FC Utrecht until Jun 30, 2018. His jersey number is 21.
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PSG's Bahebeck joins Pescara on loan
Blanc back on the hot seat after PSG draw PSG's Jean-Christophe Bahebeck joins Pescara on season-long loan deal
Jean-Christophe Bahebeck has joined Italian club Pescara on loan from Paris Saint-Germain until the end of the season.
The Serie A side confirmed the arrival of the 23-year-old attacker on Monday, with a statement on their official website reading: "Delfino Pescara 1936 announces that it has signed an agreement with PSG for the signature of the player."
Bahebeck, a former France under-21 international, was at Stadio Adriatico to watch his new team draw with Napoli at the weekend.Pressure back on Laurent Blanc and PSG after tame Toulouse draw
Paris Saint-Germain appeared to have turned a corner on Wednesday, beating Stade Malherbe Caen 2-0 to record a first away victory in Ligue 1 this season. It took four attempts to finally register that elusive win on the road, but the French champions immediately slipped back into their bad old habits by labouring to a 1-1 draw in Toulouse on Saturday.
Normally when PSG are held, they take the lead and then slowly lose their focus and intensity. This was different; there was no intensity to begin.
Jean-Christophe Bahebeck joined AS Saint-Etienne on loan for the rest of the season earlier this week, while Lucas Digne is poised to make a temporary move to AS Roma in the coming days, as Paris Saint-Germain granted two of their young French talents a chance to get valuable game time.
Despite needing 25 players for this campaign's UEFA Champions League, the French champions have agreed to allow both players to leave Parc des Princes and there is no guarantee that either will be returning next summer.
Bahebeck does not have a buyout option included in his deal, while Digne will reunite with former Lille coach Rudi Garcia at Stadio Olimpico and could reportedly make his move to the Giallorossi permanent for a fee of €18 million if his loan spell goes without a hitch.
Currently out of Didier Deschamps' France squad and with the Euro 2016 to come next summer, the France international's motives for his switch to Italy are clear.
Digne wants to force his way back into Les Bleus' squad ahead of the tournament on home soil and, with Maxwell ahead of him in the PSG pecking order, the only way that is going to happen is away from Paris.
Bahebeck's motivation is simpler. The 22-year-old is just desperate for first-team football after spending last season largely on the fringes and does not possess any real hope of forcing his way into Deschamps' plans by the summer now that Angel Di Maria has arrived.
It is more than likely that he will not be returning to the French capital after his spell with Les Verts. Indeed, it is the versatile attacking talent's third loan spell in his short career and PSG are just hoping to raise their youth academy product's value ahead of a transfer next summer.
It could have been different for Bahebeck as he enjoyed a prolific preseason before the last campaign -- much like current youth sensation Jean-Kevin Augustin this summer -- before scoring three times and laying on another two goals in his first 10 appearances in Ligue 1.
Those goals and assists came almost exclusively from substitute appearances and the youngster earned his chance to press his claims to start after a run of one goal and two assists in three consecutive games against Caen, Toulouse and Monaco.
Bahebeck's start eventually came in a 3-0 Ligue 1 home win over Bordeaux last October, but Gregory van der Wiel's 28th minute red card meant that he was the unlucky one to make way for Serge Aurier to be brought on.
With that chance passing, Bahebeck's momentum faded away and he never recovered it. Saint-Etienne is a chance for him to rediscover that promise and prove that he does have something to offer in Ligue 1, although in all likelihood this future will lie away from Paris.
Digne, on the other hand, stands a better chance of being back at Parc des Princes next season, but is still not guaranteed a first-team place. The France international made 15 appearances in Ligue 1 alone last season -- with 14 of those starts -- but was in and out of the team and never really seized his chance to impress.
Veteran left-back Maxwell's evergreen form did not help Digne's cause, with the signing of a one-year contract extension earlier this year likely making up the 22-year-old's mind over a summer move, but the former Lille man is certainly good enough to inherit the starting role in the future.
A steep buyout clause of around €20 million makes it more likely that Digne will be back at PSG at the end of the season, unless Roma are prepared to spend big money on the full-back, so a loan for this season is the perfect solution for both club and player.
Digne will get the regular minutes that he craves in order to save his place, while playing under a coach who knows him extremely well, in Garcia.
While this is happening, PSG can watch their young talent grow with Champions League experience and either see him return as a stronger player or make a tidy profit on the man they bought for €15 million two summers ago -- if Roma are actually prepared to stump up the cash.
It is a win-win situation for PSG, much like their loan of goalkeeper Alphonse Areola to Villarreal earlier this summer -- a move that crucially does not include a buyout fee. The only issue now is how they replace Digne before the transfer window shuts.
The likes of Monaco's Layvin Kurzawa and Lorient's Raphael Guerreiro are the favourites to replace the France international from within Ligue 1 and whoever does arrive before the end of the month will be Digne's potential positional rival next summer once Maxwell has moved on.
Both Bahebeck and Digne were useful squad members, but Di Maria's arrival has made the former surplus to demands, while the latter's Euro 2016 concerns have been compassionately taken on board by the capital club.
The French giants will be hoping to see both enjoy strong seasons with their respective new clubs, but only one stands a chance of returning at this point.
Jean-Christophe Bahebeck netted twice to earn Utrecht a 3-1 win over Heerenveen.
Utrecht went into the game on the back of two draws and a defeat in their last three games, and they fell behind in the 23rd minute on Saturday with Stijn Schaars netting a free kick.
However, the lead only lasted three minutes before Yassin Ayoub equalised with another fine free kick. Four minutes before the break, Utrecht turned the game around with Bahebeck racing onto a through ball before dribbling into the box and slotting past Martin Hansen.
Bahebeck then sealed the victory for Utrecht in the 63rd minute, with the on loan PSG forward stooping to head Robin van der Meer’s cross into the net.
Utrecht now climb to 7th and one place behind Heerenveen.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Jean-Christophe Bahebeck has sealed a season-long loan move to Utrecht.
The 24-year-old has scored six goals in 53 games for PSG and will return to the club next year, with no purchase option included in the deal with the Dutch side.
This is the third consecutive season in which Bahebeck has been sent out on loan by the Ligue 1 giants, having enjoyed spells at Pescara and Saint-Etienne in the last two years.
Bahebeck only scored four Serie A goals for Pescara, but ended the last campaign in form as he netted in each of his final two matches in Italy.
Utrecht, who finished fourth in Eredivisie last term, started the new season with a 3-0 win over ADO Den Haag on Friday.
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