Christophe Galtier intends to focus on young people in the coming months. The PSG coach revealed that his mission is to gradually integrate the Parisian Titis into his workforce. This also explains the strategy which aims to reduce the number of players under contract.
At a press conference, Christophe Galtier spoke about the place left to young people in the PSG training center. The technician confirmed that the club intended to give them more chances in the coming seasons: “It’s not a strategy. Like many, I have observed that very good young people are trained. We have very good young people and young people who could not express themselves because the squad was largehe explained to reporters on Tuesday. And we find them at the highest level, whether in the Champions League or in the national team. It was a desire with Luis Campos and the president to reduce the workforce to create space for our young talents. They played in the Coupe de France, they were interesting. But for them to flourish, they must be supervised by experienced players of a very high level. The fact that they have the hope of participating in matches allows them to grow quickly. »
“The great players have the same look on him Warren Zaire-Emery”
The Parisian coach can notably rely on Warren Zaire-Emery. Although only 16 years old, the native of Montreuil took part in 7 meetings with the professionals this season: “He is capable of starting a Ligue 1 and Champions League match. We have all been convinced of this for some time. What comforts me in the analysis we made of Warren is that the great players have the same look at him.did he declare.
While waiting for the young elements of the training center to take up more space in the Parisian group, Christophe Galtier has one of the most qualitative workforces in Europe. It allows him for the moment to stay in the race for all his objectives: namely to win all the trophies for which the PSG is committed. Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé have the ambition to win the Champions League this season.