Canada PSG: Marquinhos and Parisian reactions after the draw
Analysis: But what would Alli be used for at PSG?
© Supplied by Sports.fr In the sights of PSG, which hopes for a loan for a season To believe the British press, PSG would be close to recruiting Dele Alli, as part of a loan from Tottenham. The England international has been a disappointment for several seasons at Spurs and would hardly be a big boost in Paris.
Paris Saint-Germain will challenge Manchester United, Leipzig and Istanbul Basaksehir in the group stage of the Champions League. Find the reactions of Parisian players after this draw.Thomas Tuchel (coach of Paris Saint-Germain, PSGTV) : “We are happy and impatient to return to the Champions League soon. It's a very difficult draw, but the goal is to get through this group stage. We know Manchester United very well. We will of course try to repeat the result obtained two seasons ago at Old Trafford (2-0), and do better at Parc des Princes (1-3). We will also find Leipzig after the semi-final (3-0), and everyone is fully aware of the strength of this team after their campaign last season. I don't know much about Istanbul Basaksehir at the moment, but playing international matches in Turkey is always a big challenge. " Marquinhos (PSG defender on RMC Sport 1) :" These are teams that we faced not so long ago. They are very good teams. It’s not an easy group. It will take good things to pass. A spirit of revenge against Manchester United? Everyone has a way of separating. A lot has happened since our elimination from Manchester two years ago. But if taking it as a rematch can motivate us to play a good game, then that's okay. " Ander Herrera (PSG midfielder on Téléfoot) :" A very strong group, I think. Perhaps the most spicy of all. But we are ready. We have already had a good Champions League. It will be challenges against Leipzig and MU that we know well. And new with Basakshir, it's never easy to play in Turkey. If we are ready to do the same thing again? We had a very good Final 8, but we lost the Final. This is the feeling we have left. There is a feeling of revenge. We want to show everyone to fight again for this Champions League. But, this group of the first round is very strong. If we miss each other in a game, we can be eliminated. It will be necessary to be attentive. It will be necessary to prepare all the matches like finals. Error is prohibited. Everyone dreams of winning this Champions League. We have to play with optimism and the conviction that we are going to win it, but we cannot pretend to do so. I think we've lost some important players, but it's also an opportunity for other players to step forward and play at the same level as those who left. "
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