Verratti’s big mea culpa!


On the sidelines of the Italy rally, Marco Verratti returned to the media on the elimination of Paris Saint-Germain against Bayern Munich, in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

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On March 8, Paris Saint-Germain left the Champions League at the stage of the round of 16, following a new defeat against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena (0-2), three weeks after a first defeat at the Parc des Princes (0-1). If the entire workforce and coach Christophe Galtier were targeted, one player especially crystallized the criticism. Involved in the two German goals signed Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Serge Gnabry, in the second half, Marco Verratti took a very expensive.

“I deserve the reviews”

Invited by some observers to leave the club in the capital, the journalist from RMC Daniel Riolo campaigning for his return to Pescara, the Italian midfielder had never previously spoken publicly about his performance and the end of the Parisian career in C1. Summoned by Squadra Azzurra coach Roberto Mancini for the two matches of the 2024 European Championship qualifiers against England this Thursday and Malta on Sunday, the 30-year-old came out of silence at a press conference, yesterday.

The Transalpin assumes its errors against the men of Julian Nagelsmann, without falling into the gloom. “I got a lot of praise in France, I deserve the criticism that is part of football. Now I’m 30, I have broad shoulders”, launched “Petit Hibou”, which also wanted to make an update on its future in the French capital. Under contract until June 2026, the native of Pescara is not thinking of changing air in the coming months.

In a delicate pass in Paris, Marco Verratti will try to find a smile with the Nazionale, opposed in a few hours to the Three Lions for a tempting reunion with the selection of Gareth Southgate, in a remake of the final of the 2021 European championship won by Italy.

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