One week before the Barcelona-PSG shock was counted for the knockout stages of the Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino tried to postpone the match due to the controversy over the Paris Saint-Germain’s harassment against Lionel Messi.
While his contract with Barcelona expires in June, Lionel Messi is the subject of brutal lust from the big clubs, especially on the part of Paris Saint-Germain. Leonardo, Di Maria and Ferrati have shown their desire to see the captain of the Blaugrana team at Paris Saint-Germain next season. A position that coach Ronald Koeman denounced at a press conference this weekend, but the front page of France Football on Tuesday added a layer, adding to the controversy in Catalonia. An attack, according to the Catalan newspapers Sport Sport and Mundo Deportivo. But Mauricio Pochettino tried to relieve the pressure:
“We are talking about a magazine that has nothing to do with PSG. Obviously here there is complete respect for all clubs and players from other clubs. When a player speaks, he does so with his feelings, but there is no argument here with Paris Saint-Germain. We have not respected anyone at any.” Time. There is nothing wrong in my opinion that players say things about Real Madrid or Barcelona players. We respect all clubs. We should not confuse what is said in a French magazine and PSG. “