Paris Saint-Germain: Does Bara represent Messi’s anger? Pochettino calms the game – football

Because of the repeated matches by Paris Saint-Germain against the striker Lionel Messi, at the end of the decade in June, Barcelona was close to the Champions League round of sixteen between the two teams. For his part, Mauricio Pochettino, the Paris coach, expressed his hope that the situation would calm down.

Mauricio Pochettino has calmed down the match with Barra.

For me, it’s disrespectful to talk a lot about Leo when Leo plays with Barra as we prepare to find them in the Champions League.

On Wednesday, Barcelona Football Club coach Ronald Koeman made a real blunt. A statement sparked by the words of Paris Saint-Germain winger Angel Di Maria, who indicated the possible arrival of the Blaugrana striker Lionel Messi, at the end of his contract next June, in Paris Saint-Germain next season.

Pochettino, a letter of appeasement

In Catalonia, tension began to rise dangerously over the issue. As we indicated to you on Saturday (See the article hereComan isn’t the only one who gets upset with the Parisians. Barra’s players find it difficult to support PSG’s position as Messi approaches the knockout stage of the Champions League between the two teams. In a press conference, the Parisian coach, Mauricio Pochettino, did not escape questions about this issue and kept the Argentine on the match calm.

We have the greatest respect for our opponents. We have a lot of respect for Barcelona, ​​and we focus on OM. The match against Barcelona is ten days away. We are focusing on Ligue 1, which is a different competition and we will have time to think about the Champions League. We have great respect for an organization like Para and for all of its employees and players.Reassured the former coach of Tottenham.

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The Argentine does not want to the heat the game

While the reunion is already shaping up to be hot due to European responsibilities between the two squads, Pochettino doesn’t want to add fuel to Messi’s case. We are in no way trying to send messages and warm up the game. We have the utmost respect for the opponent and focus only on our performance. We want to do our job, always respecting everyone, is over. Is enough to calm the situation?

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