PSG: Galtier is counting on Danilo

PSG: Galtier is counting on Danilo

The Portuguese midfielder should not join Paris Saint-Germain’s list of undesirables during the summer transfer window. Newly appointed head of the first team, Christoph Galtier can use his versatility and experience.

PSG have already completed the recruitment of Vitina, Hugo Eketiki and Nordi Mukele during the summer transfer window. But Ile-de-France will still seek to boost the 2022-2023 season. In turn, some players on the team are asked to find a way out. Portuguese Danilo Pereira is not among them.

The former Porto player is about to live his third season in the Paris Saint-Germain shirt. While a list of several players undesirable in the eyes of the Parisian management and staff has been circulating for several days, the 30-year-old midfielder is one of Christophe Galtier’s picks for the upcoming campaign.

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A player who is able to help in several locations

The new PSG coach seems to appreciate the diversity and experience of the Portuguese international (61 caps) who is fully involved in the Paris project.

In 2021-2022, the former FC Porto player was the sixth most used component of his team with 37 games in all competitions including 7 in the Champions League. As early as June, the Lusitanian clearly expressed his desire to remain in Paris.

“I’ve had a good season on an individual level, I’ve played a lot, almost 40 games. Collectively, we lost the Champions League. It’s a shame but I’m happy with my record and I don’t want to leave. I hope we perform,” said the Portuguese after a Nations League match with Seleção. Better next season. It will be easier with Kylian (Mbappe). It’s great that he stays with us.”

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