Paris Saint-Germain’s season ended with a Ligue 1 title celebration, but for supporters, the pyrotechnics couldn’t be put out fast enough as many look forward to a much-needed summer rebuild under new leadership.
On this episode of PSG Talking, I’m joined by Ethan from PSG Fan Club Boise to discuss one of the oddest trophy celebrations in recent memory, which included a 3-2 loss to Clermont Foot 63. We also highlight Luis Campos’ transfer strategy and react to the latest news about where Lionel Messi will play next and who might take over as head coach.
We begin by highlighting PSG’s last match of the season. Before kickoff, it was announced that Sergio Ramos wouldn’t be returning to the club, and outgoing manager Christophe Galtier was the first to announce that the match would be Messi’s last in a PSG shirt. Following the loss to Clermont, PSG hoisted the trophy, but not before the Ultras booed Messi and Neymar Jr.
Next, we react to the news that Julian Nagelsmann is the frontrunner for the PSG job, with Galtier reportedly being let go. Not only is the former FC Bayern Munich man interested in the PSG job, but he could also bring Thierry Henry as an assistant. How will the French football legend impact PSG’s transfer plans?
The show continues with a discussion about Marco Asensio and Manuel Ugarte, who have reportedly signed with PSG. We rate both transfers and comment on Chelsea FC’s continued shenanigans regarding transfers involving Les Parisiens. We also discuss the potential arrival of Xavi Simons, Marcus Thuram, Bernardo Silva, and others.
During the podcast, news broke that Messi is reportedly considering going to FC Barcelona or Inter Miami of Major League Soccer. We react to the details of the story, including Messi taking a percentage of Apple’s broadcast deal with MLS.
On the second half of the show, we answer questions sent in via Twitter and Discord.
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