MNM, tactical scheme, turnover… the confidences of Galtier


Presented Friday at a press conference before Brest’s reception this Saturday at the Parc des Princes (5:00 p.m.) as part of 7e On Ligue 1 Day, Christophe Galtier did not avoid any topic from his club’s news.

Christoph Galtier, Paris Saint-Germain Paris Saint-Germain

After being asked about the future transfer window or even the relationship between Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, the PSG coach spoke to the media about tactics. Galtier specifically mentioned the possibility of changing his PTP to 3-5-2 in some cases. “There is a second system. Having watched the game more than once from the Champions League. We didn’t concede a lot of chances but still had a lot of positions. The defense is energy-intensive but not only because of the three-man defense. Maybe we should have incorporated freshness beforehand.”The Parisian technician confirmed.

rotation necessary

Even if he confirms that he will not leave ‘MNM’ in complete rest this weekend to better prepare for the trip to the Maccabi Haifa stadium in the Champions League, Galtier does not rule out leaving one of his three stars on the bench against Brest. . Several changes are also expected in the starting lineup. “The players lack standards like Fabian Ruiz or Carlos Soler. It will not be the same starting lineup as against Juventus. You have to inject energy to keep everyone involved and the team is doing well (…) With my staff, you have to see when we can integrate four or five.” Players kick-off I saw that my colleague from Marseille brought in seven new players against Auxerre, it sounds like a lot to me but he managed to do itcapturing.

Sanches . Package

Christophe Galtier will be able to count on an almost complete squad to face Breton Club in the Parc des Princes. Only one player is missing. That’s Renato Sanchez, injury victim in the confines and package until the next international break. His absence benefits young Warren Zaire Emery, who performed well against Juventus in the youth league this week (5-3).

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