Ousmane Dembélé appears to be settling into life at Paris Saint-Germain. Although the 26-year-old was tallying assists, he finally got that first goal boulder off his shoulders.
As a result, PSG could soon be seeing the best form from the former FC Barcelona forward. Furthermore, those within his entourage believe the Frenchman benefited from leaving the Catalan side this past summer.
Le Parisien reports that in Dembélé’s camp, there is indeed agreement that the man has matured. In accordance with PSG, he continues his personalized sessions with a private coach (the same as that of Randal Kolo Muani) to maintain himself physically and work on his explosiveness.
Dans l’entourage de Dembele, on s’accorde en effet à dire que l’homme a mûri.
En accord avec Paris, il poursuit, ses séances personnalisées avec un coach particulier (le même que celui de Kolo Muani) afin de s’entretenir physiquement et travailler son explosivité.
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Dembélé recently spoke on Téléfoot about his current form. After moving from FC Barcelona this past summer, the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner appears to be enjoying himself.
“In recent weeks, I am happy with my performances with Paris Saint-Germain,” Dembélé said. “I’m gradually gaining strength, and I hope I will continue like this. The goal was important, but I prefer to have good matches, even without scoring. Afterwards, I’m happy to have scored. I try to create a lot of chances, to make assists or score goals.”
It might have taken some time for Dembélé to find his footing, but PSG could be getting the best version of the winger at a crucial time heading into the final weeks of 2023.