According to the French report, the young Egyptian U23 and the young PSG Omar Yaisien will join the giants of the Emirates Al Ain FC.
Yaisien is a 19-year-old attacking midfielder, born in Colombes, France, to an Algerian mother and Egyptian father.
He manages his trade with the French giants Paris Saint-Germain, who represents the team at U19 level and was summoned by the Egyptian national U23 last March.
Last season, he took part in the UEFA Youth League seven times, scoring once against Napoli while the French team passed the group stages.
However, his period in France is coming to an end, as per the French website CulturePSG, Omar is heading to the United Arab Emirates to sign for Al Ain.
It would not be surprising if Yaisien had been let go of PSG permanently as he is now too old to appear with U19 and cannot play on the reserve side because he was disbanded at the beginning of this year.
In case of success, Omar Yaisien will become the third Egyptian in Al Ain together with Yehia Nader and Ahmed Jamal, both already protagonists of the first team.
The period spent by Yaisien at the PSG will give him a broader profile and should make it much easier to attract offers if his move to Al Ain collapse.
A couple of days ago, Omar's older brother, Abdallah, also a former PSG player, agreed to sign a free transfer for Egyptian Arab contractors, marking his first move out of Europe.