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MIDFIELD MAESTRO FLATTERED BY REAL MADRID INTEREST, BUT WILL STAY AT PARIS

MIDFIELD MAESTRO FLATTERED BY REAL MADRID INTEREST, BUT WILL STAY AT PARIS

Marco Verratti has ruled out the move to Real Madrid, after the interest from the European Champion. But the 23-years-old midfielder saying he will remain committed to PSG.


Last year the Italian midfielder missed out the whole season with a groin injury, but the 23-year-old is firm on his stay at Paris this summer, and wants to win the Champions league with Paris Saint-Germain.
The Italian midfield maestro insists he will only leave Paris Saint-Germain after winning a major European trophy with the club.

 

The 23-year-old said Le Parisien: 'I'm flattered that a great team like Real Madrid are interested in me, but I've made the decision of winning with Paris.
'I want to win something important here before I get tired or that the club no longer want me.'


According to the reports, Juventus are also looking for the possible replacement in their midfield area. As Juventus star Paul Pogba is already set to Join the Red Devils.  


A fan in LA run into Pogba asking for an autograph on the Red Devils jersey printed ‘Pogba 6’ on the back, and didn’t refuse him, he autographed on his jersey
 

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