Nasri names the player PSG is missing


By: Manu Tournoux

PSG fulfilled its objectives in the first half of the season. But, it was not always convincing in the game. Under the orders of Luis Enrique, the Ile-de-France team is still looking for itself. This can be explained by the absence of successful players in the core of the game.

“PSG is missing a Verratti at his prime”

This is the opinion submitted by Samir Nasri on Sunday during the Canal Football Club show. For the former French international, the mistake may have been letting Marco Verratti leave during the previous off-season.

“PSG does not have an armed environment to play the game that Luis Enrique advocates. A Verratti is missing at his prime. Warren Zaire-Emery can break the lines, but Ugarte has difficulty with the ball. It’s rather better without it,” did he declare.

Verratti now plays in the Qatari championship under the tunic of Al-Arabi. At only 31 years old, the “Little Owl” said goodbye to the highest level. He is no longer even called up for the Italian selection. But who knows, a comeback in Paris might be possible. What do Luis Enrique and Nasser Al-Khelaifi think of this idea?

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