Christophe Galtier, coach of Paris Saint-Germain, issued his warnings to the club’s management and players about the club’s new deals, which he spoke to management about repeatedly.
Galtier said in a statement to Le Parisien newspaper, “The delay in deciding the new deals will affect our plans.
The Paris Saint-Germain coach added, “The situation is not easy, because players must first be dispensed with whose contracts are valid, and negotiations are underway with them regarding financial and marketing terms, and he met every 3 days with the club’s management to discuss developments, we identified the players we need, we are in a hurry, because A busy schedule awaits us with important matches, and we will play every 3 or 4 days, starting from August 28 to November 13.”
The Paris Saint-Germain coach warned his players, especially the two midfielders, Venetia and Marco Verratti, of the many warnings as a result of recklessness or permanent objection to the referees.
He added, “The team is on the verge of a difficult period, so there is no room for harming the team with naive mistakes. I always stress that we want to start the match with 11 players and end it with 11 players. The words are directed at Verratti and Vitina in particular.”