PSG-Troys: Gharbi delivers his first blow in Ligue 1 with Mbappe, Messi and Neymar

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PSG’s young midfielder (18 years old) Ismail Gharbi enjoyed his first appearance in Ligue 1 on Sunday against Troyes (2-2). He says he has full respect for the stars of Paris, whom he meets by surprise every day in training.

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He was content with a minute and a few pauses but that was enough to the delight of Ismail Gharbi, who celebrated the first appearance of his career in Ligue 1 in 18 years and three weeks on Sunday against Troyes (2-2). The youngster, who replaced Angel Di Maria (89th), shared moments with the Parisian stars he has been meeting in training since last season. He also played with some of them during the Champions Trophy and two Coupe de France matches.

“I never dreamed of it: taking Di Maria’s place and going under attack with Messi, Neymar and Mbappe, tastes of a Parisian native. Frankly, I never dreamed of it until now. I’m very I am happy. I want to thank the coach (Mauricio) Pochettino, editor’s note. Many thanks to the coach! I will work even harder to try to play with these players again.”

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“Training with him, seeing his professionalism, it’s shocking”

On Sunday, his time spent on the pitch was too limited to make a difference, but Gharby will remember his debut with the cream of world football. “Personally, I am impressed every day, he continues. Training with him, seeing his professionalism, it’s shocking. We learn something every day. I have learned to be patient and work very, very, very hard.” Learned a lot about them. You have to draw inspiration from these people because we are lucky to have worked with them. To be able to train with these people is huge and I am proud. It’s a dream, every Anyone would want to play here. It’s the best club. Players in the world and I think it’s a source of pride for everyone.”

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PSG’s most publicized player of the 2004 generation, according to information from midfielder The Indian Paper, has been in discussions with the leaders of Paris for several months to sign a contract with his training club. Integrating every day into training with Mauricio Pochettino’s group, Gharbi has shown positive signs to his management in recent weeks. Like most of his teammates, who would be able to play with a French, Spanish or Tunisian selection, he would like to know what place he will be placed in next season before making his choice.

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