The final sprint of the summer market is approaching and PSG still have homework to do. Christophe Galtier He wants another arrival, but he knows that first of all he has to determine the departure of the footballers without him. At the gate of the league match against Monaco this Sunday, the French coach reviewed the last minute regarding this issue, although he did not want to analyze each case.
The market: “The market is still moving a lot. Some players will leave soon and maybe others will go to PSG. We know the positions that should be strengthened, but I don’t know if it will be done. Screener? I have nothing to say on this subject.”
Outputs: “There is still nothing signed between Paredes and Juve. He is still a PSG player. There have been talks between the two clubs, but we’ll see what happens. As for Keylor Navas, more of the same. He is with us at the moment and he will be on the list for the Monaco match”.
Neymar’s performance: “He had an extraordinary start in the league as a goalscorer and also as an assistant. The record for passes in France in a season is 18. I don’t know if he can do it, but he can do it because he is an altruistic player, who has no problem giving the ball to other teammates if they are in a better situation”.
The Champions draw: “Juve is a big club in Europe. He was a champion and a finalist not long ago. I don’t know what his state is now, I haven’t checked. Benfica is a great rival, and they have a hot crowd and a stadium, where anything can happen. There are more complicated groups, but this is a competition that goes beyond teams and it seems unfair to say that we are the favourites”.
Renato Sanchez: “Tomorrow I will decide who will replace Vitinha -who has the sanction-. Renato’s preparation was interrupted by his signing, and his work at first was less. He was relaxed and integrated, and recognized the people he was used to working with. Once he gains confidence, he will become a footballer with less stress and fewer injuries.
Source: La Verdad
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