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Monday February 8 2021
Verratti and Florenzi celebrate Le Classique win

Paris Saint-Germain’s Italian duo Marco Verratti and Alessandro Florenzi could celebrate three points against Marseille in the Classique on Sunday. ‘Paris, I love you’.

The two Italians could celebrate a 2-0 win at Marseille, as PSG keep up the pressure on Ligue 1 leaders LOSC Lille.

PSG are currently third in the French League, three points behind Lille and one point behind Olympique Lyonnais.

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Sunday February 7 2021
Verratti victim of shock Payet tackle

Italy international Marco Verratti was on the end of an astonishing Dimitri Payet red card offence in PSG’s win over Marseille.

Paris Saint-Germain won Le Classique 2-0 this evening in Ligue 1.

It was a typically fiery affair and had a great deal of ex-Serie A influence, as Alessandro Florenzi’s cross was nodded in by former Inter striker Mauro Icardi.

Kylian Mbappé got the first goal, but the incident that will hit headlines happened in the final stages.

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Friday January 29 2021
Verratti positive for COVID-19

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has tested positive for COVID-19.

Les Parisiens have confirmed the Italy international and Abdou Diallo have tested positive for coronavirus in the latest swab tests carried out at the Parc des Princes.

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Thursday January 14 2021
Italians celebrate trophy with PSG

Italy internationals Alessandro Florenzi, Marco Verratti and Moise Kean are celebrating after winning the French Supercup with Paris Saint-Germain.

While Verratti has a packed trophy cabinet from his time at the club, this was the first taste of silverware for former Roma full-back Florenzi.

PSG’s social media accounts used that fact to mock rivals Olympique Marseille, who were beaten 2-1 in the Final last night.

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Sunday December 13 2020
Verratti doesn’t want to leave PSG

Marco Verratti has confirmed he doesn’t want to leave PSG: ‘I want to win the Champions League here.’

The Italian midfielder joined PSG in 2012 and he is not considering leaving the club in the future.

“I am in love with this club. Not many players stay in the same team for nine years,” the Italy international told Telefoot.

“My dream is to win here in Paris. Yes, win the Champions League, and continue to winning championships which is not so easy. 

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Tuesday December 8 2020
PSG-Basaksehir suspended after alleged racist abuse: what happened

Istanbul Basaksehir and PSG have walked off the pitch during their Champions League game after accusing the fourth official of racially abusing the assistant manager of the Turkish club.

The match was suspended when tension erupted on the touchline, Istanbul Basaksehir assistant manager Pierre Webo was sent off for dissent.

The problem seemed to be that Sebastian Colţescu, the Romanian fourth official, told the referee Ovidiu Haţegan to send Webo off, saying ‘the black guy,’ speaking in his native language.

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Tuesday October 13 2020
De Boer: 'Admire Verratti and Jorginho'

Netherlands coach Frank de Boer is very impressed with Roberto Mancini’s Italy, while ‘Marco Verratti and Jorginho are my type of player.’

These are the top two teams in their Nations League group and go head-to-head in Bergamo on Wednesday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

“Playing three games in eight days is a lot. Almost all these players also have to play football at club level and you take that into account,” said the coach in his press conference.

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Sunday October 11 2020
Verratti: 'Disappointment shows ambition'

Marco Verratti maintains Italy leaving Poland disappointed after a goalless draw ‘shows the level we have reached and the ambition we are going for.’

The Azzurri had numerous chances in Gdansk, but only picked up a point in their third Nations League match.

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Friday October 9 2020
Verratti: 'Never considered leaving PSG'

Italy international Marco Verratti has revealed he has never considered leaving Paris Saint-Germain and aims to go all the way in Euro 2020 with the Azzurri.

The 27-year-old has spent the last eight seasons at Parc des Princes and helped the team win a domestic treble in France last term, before finishing runners-up behind Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

“It was a big blow, but we had a great journey,” Verratti said at a press conference ahead of Italy’s match against Poland in the UEFA Nations League on Sunday.

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Friday October 9 2020
Verratti: 'Italy must make people smile'

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti wants Italy to play for ‘the people who can’t come to the stadium’ against Poland in the UEFA Nations League.

The Azzurri prepare for their third match in League A Group 1 of the Nations League and Verratti admitted the players are going through ‘a complicated moment’ ahead of the match against Poland in Gdansk.

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