Soon the Great Cleanup for PSG? according to Paris, the new football advisor to the capital club Luis Campos, who has been in office since June 10, is considering creating a “loft” in which players who no longer comply with the new sports project will be placed. Several players, for example Laywin Kurzawa, Julian Draxler or Ander Herrera, who were selected or extended by former sporting director Leonardo, are not part of Campos’ plans and the next very likely coach, Christophe Galtier.
How many lofts will there be? This is a great question, given that the number of undesirables cannot necessarily be counted on the fingers of one hand (Dagba and Icardi would be involved, too), and that the concept must meet very specific legal criteria under the right to work.
The door is wide open
To illustrate the Campos method, Paris He quotes Julien Palmieri, who was put in this position after the Portuguese arrived in Lille in 2017. “At Paris Saint-Germain, they will be taken out of the group, changed in a different locker room, their parking space removed … leaving,” he warns Midfielder.
This is consistent with President Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s statements earlier in the week, which mean “the end of the sparkle” and the return of all players to work. The Qatari president stressed that “those who want to stay comfortable, and those who do not want to fight, will stay on the side.” Campos’ goal is to train and unite a real group of players.