Alessandro Florenzi names three players who helped him settle at PSG and insists the Ligue 1 giants want to do great in the Champions League.
The Roma loanee had missed PSG’s Champions League quarter-finals’ first leg against Bayern Munich due to COVID, but could be available to face the Bavarians tomorrow.
“PSG are one of the best clubs in the world, I’m not the only one thinking that way,” Florenzi told PSG’s official channels
“The achievements over the last few years are numerous, they’ve gotten some new fantastic players, I will certainly try to do my part to achieve as many victories as possible and do everything to help the team.
“I am proud to be wearing the PSG jersey, as I said, it’s one of the best clubs in the world. I’ll always give 110% as I’ve always done in my career,” he continued.
“We are a strong team, we will try to win as many games as possible and try to get to the end of things and do great in the Champions League.”
Florenzi joined PSG from Roma on loan last summer, but the Ligue 1 giants are reportedly willing to make his move permanent at the end of the season.
“I’m very lucky to have people in the team like Marco [Verratti], Marquinhos, but also Mauro Icardi and Leandro Paredes, I have played with three of them in Rome and I always met Mauro in Serie A,” Florenzi said.
“They certainly helped me to fit into a group that was already solid. However, everyone was really helpful. It turns out they’re great champions with a great human side.
“Kimpembe is trying to teach me, French. He’s a great guy. We instantly became friends. He’s a great champion and a great man.”
Has he noticed any similarities between Rome and Paris?
“One of the things they have in common and this may be more noticeable in Rome, they both look like open-air museums,” Florenzi said.
“Maybe it’s more obvious in Rome, having all the diggings exposing its antiquity, but it seems to me that no matter where you turn your head, you’ll find something interesting.”
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