US Thomas Tuchel (PSG): "My players are dead"

14:17  17 september  2020
14:17  17 september  2020 Source:   football365.fr

Mercato PSG: A golden exit door for Gueye?

 Mercato PSG: A golden exit door for Gueye? © Supplied by Sports.fr Victim of a muscular alert, the Ivorian midfielder is very uncertain for PSG-Leipzig. Placed on the transfer list by Leonardo, Idrissa Gueye would be on the shelves of an English cador. Leonardo recognized it on Sunday on the Canal Football Club set: the PSG will have to sell some of its players during the summer transfer window. According to L’Equipe, the capital club hope to extract 60 million euros from its sales during the transfer window.

The PSG coach gave a big rant at a press conference after the sluggish victory against Metz.

Thomas Tuchel PSG © Panoramic Thomas Tuchel PSG Speaking after the very laborious success acquired against Metz (1-0) Wednesday evening in Ligue 1 , Thomas Tuchel, if he paid tribute to his men, winners 9 against 11 at the end of the game, especially pushed a big rant on the sequence of meetings suffered by his players in recent weeks. "At 9 against 11, I don't know if there is a team that has already succeeded in winning in the history of football, the German first slipped on the Téléfoot channel. We deserved it. , I'm super proud, very happy. We could have scored goals in the first half but we missed our chances, it was more complicated. But this victory is incredible, the mentality was incredible. " "The players are dead!" "But we have to say that we are killing the players, they are dead! They are dead! I'm very worried about new injuries if we continue like this. Marquinhos, Angel (Di Maria), Mauro (Icardi), everything the world ... Gana (Gueye), he ran like crazy! It was exceptional. It will be a great memory for us, "added the former Dortmund boss, who fears a serious injury for Juan Bernat.

Galerie: PSG: the strong message from Neymar's former agent about his future (Mercato 365)

Montreal Canadiens extend Jeff Petry with $25M deal .
Though he still doesn’t get quite the recognition of one, Petry has developed into one of the best two-way defensemen in the league over the last few years. In fact, his 128 points over the last three seasons put him 17th among all NHL defenders, while his 36 goals sit 11th over the same time period. Though he’ll never get the same type of press that teammate Shea Weber receives, Petry is almost equally important to the Canadiens and showed it this postseason.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!