Randal Kolo Muani has scored seven goals and provided two assists in 21 matches in all competitions. He has also started in five out of the last ten PSG matches and had a challenging first month with Paris, but he is not planning to give up.
The journalist Saber Desfarges announced on Téléfoot that Kolo Muani has no intention of leaving the Parisian ship. The player wants to reverse the trend and finish the 2023-24 season on a positive note ahead of UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany this summer.
“The criticisms are too harsh on him,” Desfarges said (h/t Canal Supporters). “He knows that I have confidence in him because he has the potential. Paris is an important step for him, with much higher demands.”
Kolo Muani’s ability to score crucial goals in Ligue 1, the UEFA Champions League matchup against Real Sociedad, and the Coupe de France will instill confidence. PSG likely considers the Frenchman a crucial part of their long-term vision, making it unlikely for them to part ways after just one season.
The 25-year-old can build momentum heading into the Euros and next season by scoring goals to end this season.