Carlos Soler has only featured in three matches over his early run at Paris Saint-Germain, but he is already much impressed with manager Christophe Galtier and his tactics for the team.
“I am a midfield player and I have shown my versatility,” Soler said (via Marca). “I came here because I think I can be important and I signed for five years. My time here (with Galtier) has been very good, very serious.
“He knows what he wants and works tactically very well the days before.”
Galtier has continued to roll out PSG under a 3-4-2-1 setup. In PSG’s 1-0 Ligue 1 away win over Olympique Lyonnais, he featured this tactical system for the team, which saw Soler make an appearance in it during the latter stages of the second half. The Spanish midfielder ended up playing in a mere nine minutes of the contest, as he completed nine passes and created one goal-scoring chance during his time on the field.
Soler has yet to earn a start for PSG this season, and it will be noteworthy to see whether this will change during the side’s heavy run of fixtures in October.