PSG: Ginola asks for Hakimi to be sidelined


Former PSG star David Ginola believes starting Achraf Hakimi against Bayern would be a big mistake on Christophe Galtier’s part.

After missing several matches due to injury, Achraf Hakimi is about to return to the pitch. According to the latest echoes, the Moroccan will be aligned at the start of the 8e Champions League return between PSG and Bayern. Christophe Galtier, his coach, ignored the scandal that is shaking him at the moment to place him in his right lane in 3-5-2.

Hakimi is not fit according to Ginola

Hakimi holder in this great European shock despite his extra-sporting worries, the news does not please a former glory of PSG. David Ginola judges that it is too risky with regard to the context. “Hakimi may be disturbed by his case. Football players are not robots. We don’t erase what’s going on in your life the 90-minute story. He must be concerned.” he said on Canal + on Tuesday.

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“El Magnifico” then advised Galtier to review his copy and line up someone who is in better psychological condition: “Galtier’s puzzle there is to decide if he is going to put it on knowing that he is not 100% or else put someone else. Prioritizing someone else is going to be appropriate. Especially since these positions there (of pistons) are important, in his system ”.

Ginola charges Neymar

While evoking the case of Hakimi, the ex-idol of the Park spoke about Neymar. Like Dugarry and Lizarazu, he judges that without his Brazilian genius Paris will be more balanced. “It calls into question the balance of the team. Neymar is no longer there, we feel that Messi is taking fullness and flight. They no longer step on each other’s toes. I think it’s more homogeneous and more balanced that way. But his injury is sad.

Ginola says he is sorry for “Ney”, but that does not prevent him from expressing some doubts about his professionalism. “It is recurrent with him. Every season, come March, we have small health problems with Neymar. We are coming to a pivotal period of the season. There, we need everyone at the top.