New tour to Japan this summer (with a new encounter against Ronaldo)

New tour to Japan this summer (with a new encounter against Ronaldo)

Paris Saint-Germain announced that they are staging a new pre-season tour of Japan this summer, as was indeed the case last year. The club, which did not mention Lionel Messi in its announcement, particularly Cristiano Ronaldo’s team, will face victory.

PSG will return to Japan this summer. As expected in recent weeks, on Friday the club officially toured the Land of the Rising Sun at the end of July – beginning of August to prepare for the 2023-2024 season, with the guarantee of several commercial and promotional operations. The Parisians were already in the summer of 2022 with their stars Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Lionel Messi. The latter, at the end of his Paris contract, was not mentioned by the club in its Japanese language announcement on Twitter.

Messi misses the announcement of the tour

“All the superhumans are letting out the message. PSG is back in Japan! Mbappe, Neymar, Marquinhos, Hakimi, Kimpembe and others from PSG are coming to Japan this summer after last year!”

On Thursday, Christophe Galtier recorded the departure of the Argentine star, indicating that she will play “his last match at the Parc des Princes”, on Saturday against Clermont (9 pm, day 38 of L1). A few hours later, the club backtracked, stating that the coach “expressed himself badly and that the match against Clermont will be Messi’s last in Park with Paris Saint-Germain this season.” The trend is the same for the Argentine’s exit, whose absence in the tour promotion visual in Japan might be seen as a club precaution with an element that should not be Parisian at the time it will be. take place.

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Paris Saint-Germain plays three friendly matches there and will meet Cristiano Ronaldo again on July 25 during the match against Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr. And he previously faced Paris Saint-Germain, Portugal, last January, during the Qatar and Saudi Arabia tour, which ended with a match against the best players in the Saudi League.

After that, Paris will face Cerezo Osaka on July 28, and then Inter Milan, who qualified for the Champions League final (June 10 against Manchester City), on July 1. The club’s handball and e-sports teams will also be on the tour.

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