Thomas Tuchel spoke of the transfer window of PSG after the defeat of his team in the Champions League final against Bayern Munich.
The German coach is hopeful his club will get stronger by October 5 and laughed at the Messi rumor while discussing upcoming talks for Thiago Silva.
Thomas Tuchel was not dejected after the narrow loss of his PSG against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final. The German coach explained to the microphone of the English broadcaster BT Sport that the meeting was played on details and that his PSG could very well have won 1-0 with a little more success.
The Parisian coach was also questioned by BT Sport on the upcoming transfer window of his team and the (very utopian) possibility of taking advantage of the desires of Leo Messi elsewhere: “Messi? (Laughs) He is really welcome! Honestly! , we lost Edinson Cavani, we lost Thomas Meunier, Tanguy Kouassi for the end of the European campaign. And we are now losing Thiago Silva and Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting. That’s a lot of players. “
“I think Messi will end his Barca career”
“When I see Bayern invest and keep all his players … if we want to compete at this level, we need to use this transfer market, we stuff the group, said Tuchel. The season arriving will be very, very demanding, without rest after the long break from the coronavirus. We start again on Saturday. If we want to keep our level, we have to build a very, very strong team. “
Relaunched by the English journalist on Messi, Tuchel ended the fantasy: “Messi? What coach would say no to Messi? (Laughs) We decided not to talk about transfers or a player while we were here. the next few days we have a lot of things to do to maintain and improve the level of the team and I think Messi will end his career at Barça. “
In a press conference, Tuchel on the other hand left the door ajar to an extension of Thiago Silva, who announced a few minutes earlier at the microphone of RMC Sport that it was indeed his last match with Paris: “We will now speak with the club , with him, to clarify the situation, let loose Tuchel. We have to make decisions and we will do it in the coming weeks. “