Weighed down by a strike, PSG makes an astonishing decision


After its success against FC Nantes this Saturday (4-2), PSG followed up with a third consecutive victory before finding Bayern Munich in the Champions League. However, the strike movement scheduled for March 7 in France has forced the capital club to review its plans to join Germany.

After a laborious start to the month of February, the PSG regained confidence. The club from the capital won against the FC Nantes this Saturday (4-2) and remains on three consecutive victories before facing the Bayern Munich in the Champions League on March 8. However, the planned strike action in France on March 7 has forced PSG to revise their plans.

PSG will join Germany a day earlier

As reported by Sky Germany And The ParisianTHE PSG is expected to travel to Munich this Monday afternoon. The Parisian players will therefore have the opportunity to make their mark on the lawn of the Allianz Arena before the clash against the Bayern Munich. This decision completely upsets the plans of Christophe Galtier.

Galtier’s plans are turned upside down

Since the start of the season, the coach of PSG had opted for a green setting at Camp des Loges before a trip to the Champions League. The club from the capital had thus trained in Paris before flying to Haifa, Lisbon and Turin during the group stages. Christophe Galtier preferred this system in order to implement his tactics away from prying eyes. Before the game against Bayern Munichhe will have to do otherwise.

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