Left back leaves PSG
Written by: Rasmus Boysen
The 20-year-old French left back, Dylan Garain, who has a contract with Paris Saint-Germain Handball to the summer of 2019, has signed a 1-year loan deal with the French League rivals US Dunkerque Handball from next season.
Press release from Paris Saint-Germain Handball:
Paris Saint-Germain Handball youth academy graduate Dylan Garain will leave the club at the end of the current campaign for one season. After being freed from the last year of his contract in the capital, he signed on with another Lidl StarLigue side: Dunkerque. He will return to the Rouge et Bleu squad in 2018.
The 20-year-old left-back played his first top-flight matches in France this season, opening his scoring account when his future club Dunkerque came calling (36-29). He also struck on the European stage, scoring three against Kiel (42-24).
Dylan also has several France youth-team caps to his name, winning the European championships in 2014 and the World Championships in 2015. He will make the voyage north to Dunkerque with another Paris youth academy graduate in the form of Jeffrey M'Tima, who in mid-February signed with USDK on a three-year deal.
Everyone at Paris Saint-Germain Handball would like to thanks Dylan for his commitment and his performances with Paris. The club wishes him all the very best in his upcoming adventure with Dunkerque.