Meanwhile, Arsenal and France legend Thierry Henry slammed fans for booing Lionel Messi In the Parisian League game against Bordeaux. Elsewhere, a French football pundit urged the French giants to sack manager Mauricio Pochettino.
On that note, here are the top stories on Paris Saint-Germain transfers as of March 21, 2022:
Thierry Henry slams fans for booing Lionel Messi
Thierry Henry has slammed Paris Saint-Germain fans for slamming Lionel Messi during their league game against Bordeaux.
The Argentine has struggled since arriving in Paris.His pain was exacerbated by a 16th-round exit royal house Madrid in the UEFA Champions League. Leaving the tournament prematurely forced fans to turn to the 34-year-old legend.
However, Henry thought the fans’ reaction was unreasonable. While Messi hasn’t lit up the Ligue 1 – scoring just two goals in 18 games – he has been one of the most efficient players in the league. The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, however, has the most assists (10) in Ligue 1 along with teammates Kylian Mbappe and Rennes’ Benjamin Brigold.
The Argentine missed the loss to Monaco due to illness, and perhaps the Parisians on the pitch also felt his absence.
After the game, according to media reports MirrorHenry said, in Messi’s absence, the Parisians got nothing.
“Last week, the Paris Saint-Germain fans booed Messi. How can you boo the greatest player in history? The guy with the most assists in Ligue 1 (this season)? Today, without Messi, the team has created nothing. ,” Henry said.
Eric Labesandratana urges Paris Saint-Germain to sack Mauricio Pochettino
French football expert Eric Rabesandratana has urged Paris Saint-Germain to sack manager Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine has endured a tough game against the Parisians so far and suffered another setback on Sunday.
Speaking of france blue parisas quoted Paris Saint-Germain talkRabesandratana said the new faces will help the team prepare for next season.
“I know Mauricio Pochettino well, especially this guy. It’s a complicated situation. Inevitably, when we look at his work, it doesn’t meet the expectations of Paris Saint-Germain. We’re waiting to know. Will he continue, especially at the end of the season,” Rabesandratana said.
“I think it will be interesting to change coaches now, because there is still a little time. The good thing is we use this time to prepare and adapt to the new coach. In the integration plan, to save time, that can be positive.”
Pochettino is widely expected to join Manchester United next season, but his tenure at the Parc des Princes has been largely unimpressive. Zidane is expected to join the club if the Argentine leaves.
Kylian Mbappe urges teammates to stay professional
Kylian Mbappe After beating Monaco 3-0 in Ligue 1, he urged his team-mates to stay professional. The Frenchman failed to play in Paris Saint-Germain’s second-place finish on the night.
After the game, according to media reports MirrorMbappe sounds determined to help the Parisians to their tenth league title, eighth in a decade.
“We lost to a great team that fought to get into Europe. They (Monaco) made up their minds and executed their game plan. I hope they get into Europe. They deserve to win. The goal is to go for 10th The league title. The rest doesn’t matter,” Mbappe said.
The attacker goes on to say:
“Even if we win 8-0 or 9-0, people still think of the Champions League. We have to be professional and respect each other. We have to respect the fans, the people and our families who support us. You have if you do what you do to yourself. If you have a trace of respect in things, you must respect yourself.”
Mbappe has been one of the only bright spots in this disappointing campaign Parisian, with 26 wins in all competitions. However, it is widely believed that he will join Real Madrid as a free agent this summer.