“Come like a son, Real wants to kill the soul of football”

“Come like a son, Real wants to kill the soul of football”

Fewer flashy names, more youth and shirt loyalty: the PSG president lays the foundations for the new cycle

A new dawn is about to hit the Eiffel Tower: A new athletic director, a new coach, and a new market philosophy. Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi predicted his revolution at the Gazzetta dello Sport: “With Campos and the new coach, if we had a new coach, I want a more collective team, with more French youth. Everyone should be proud of the jersey, of playing in Ligue 1.” In addition to the upcoming market, Al-Khelaifi also focused on who would stay despite a season marked by several shades: if Leo Messi “there is no doubt”, Neymar “must be at his best, otherwise he would have to leave”.. honey words instead of Donnarumma – “the best player in the European Championship” – and for ferratti, or “the best Italian player”.

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However, the most discussed and noisy accommodation is Kylian Mbappe. The French star decided to embrace the new Al-Khelaifi project, rejecting the stadium of his favorite team, Real Madrid: “Offer him much more real And I only talked about money with Killian at the end. He’s a great player who proves to be the best every single day. I expect more from everyone, but he really wants to win everything, play every game, every minute. They say he decides everything: the only thing he wants is to win. He loves football, he’s a winner, he has helpful opinions and tips to make things better. If not, I think he doesn’t have the mentality of PSG.”

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Then in the advanced section Messi It deserves a separate discussion. Getting lost or a year of coping? “There is not a single question with seven golden balls. Messi made history. It wasn’t his best season, but after more than twenty years in Barcelona he discovered a new country, a new city, a new league, a new team, a new culture. And his family too. He also contracted Covid. It wasn’t easy. Next season we will see the best Messi ever. And after the first year, it became a financial bargain. It will be the same for Mbappe.” Comments on NeymarOther than the rumors about Neymar, everyone must do everything in their power, otherwise they will have to leave, like those who profited from this: there will be sales.

Dolce is a class of Italians: ds Campos, among other things, honor tradition by putting together a shopping list in Dorina. Marco Verratti He is now the flag of Paris Saint-Germain and Al-Khelaifi.”He is like a son. great player, For example, at the heart of the project. He grew up with the club, loves Paris Saint-Germain. I am proud of him because he is ready to die on the pitch for the team. I also expect more from him, because he has more responsibility: he deserves it. He is the best Italian player.” Interruption Donnarumma Instead he does not worry him: “We are talking about the best player in the European Championship. He is a wonderful person, athletic and professional. Then he and he know how it goes.” Staying on the topic of Belpaese, PSG sponsor . also commented Italy’s absence from the World Cup At home, in Qatar: “Without Italy it is like drinking a cappuccino without coffee. I am sad because there is no European champion. And I’m sorry for Verratti and Donnarumma.”

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Now that the team skeleton has found its confirmation, it is time to fill the void on the bench: “Galtier? This is no time for adsbut we never spoke with Zidane.” If the path that leads to the new technician seems to be only one, the more complicated the talk Champions League (which is still a taboo for Parisians) and the idea Sopraloy. Two arguments go hand in hand with Al-Khelaifi: “The Champions League is difficult: only one detail, one mistake, as in Madrid, and you are out. Sooner or later we will win it. Real deserved the Champions League: they celebrated it for days and then wanted to eliminate it. Champions are the soul of football. It’s not fair to deny him a closed league. We won’t let that happen.”

The interview ends with a tepas And for Lega, which in recent days lodged a complaint with the French court over the possible collapse of Financial Fair Play in the negotiations over the renewal of Mbappe: “tibas who? I don’t know anyone I don’t get involved in other clubs or leagues. It’s rude to pretend to tell others what to do. I do not accept lessons from those who see the Champions League as a threat to theirs. I have a project to build and respect for everyone.”

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