‘I Would Like to Stay at PSG for Several More Years’ – Juan Bernat on His Future in Paris

Juan Bernat is entering the final year of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain. Last week, there was a report that contract negotiations between the capital club and the 27-year-old were at a standstill. 

However, despite the differences in either term or dollars, Bernat made it clear in an interview with Radio Marca that he wants to remain in Paris for the foreseeable future. The Spain international sees the PSG project’s potential and wants to be a key figure in its development. 

“I’ve been playing a lot for two years, and that’s what I wanted. I have one year of contract left, and I am very happy,” Bernat said. “I would like to stay at PSG for several more years! The club has a very big project, and it continues to develop.”

Bernat then discussed the 1-0 loss to FC Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League final. The left-back touched on the missed scoring opportunities the Ligue 1 champions had. Adding football is like that; sometimes, those chances go in, other times they don’t. 

“It was a shame not to be able to bring the cup home, but surely football gives us more opportunities because we deserve them,” said Bernat. “The final was even. Anyone to win would have been fair. In the end, he fell to the side of the Germans. We had two or three clear chances, but we couldn’t make them. Normally we don’t forgive those occasions, but football is like that, and sometimes they go in and sometimes they don’t.” 

Finally, with the pending departure of Lionel Messi from FC Barcelona taking over the football world, Bernat gave his two cents on the matter, adding that it would be best for Spanish football if he remained in La Liga.

“I don’t know what will happen. For me, he is the best player in history. He will decide what he has to do. If he is not happy in Barcelona, ​​he will leave,” Bernat said. “At Barça, he has done everything. He has made the club very great. For the sake of Spanish football, it would be good if he stayed.” 

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