The transfer from AC Milan to PSG has not yet brought much luck to Gianluigi Donnarumma, goalkeeper of the Parisian club and of the Italian national team, champion of Europe at Wembley, in the tournament in which he was named best player.
Donnarumma admitted: "Being on the bench hurts me, the rivalry with Navas disturbs me." Donnarumma is alternated between the posts by Tuchel, but for the moment he has only played 7 out of 17 games: "The situation will be resolved soon, I am convinced."
In the summer Donnarumma left Milan on a free transfer to have the opportunity to play for PSG and the chance to win the Champions League. A few months later, however, Donnarumma not only currently earns less than what the Rossoneri had proposed (with the possibility of increasing).
But above all he plays much less than expected, blocked in alternating with another level goalkeeper such as Keylor Navas. Two Champions League appearances complete with a penalty saved against Leipzig and five (out of 13) in Ligue 1, too few for the player born in 1999.
He said to TNT Sports: "At Milan I was used to always playing from the beginning and it's not easy. The rivalry with Navas bothers me, but it doesn't affect my performance. Sometimes being on the bench hurts me, but the situation will be resolved."
Women soccer: PSG player Hamraoui assaulted
It was incredible what happened in France. Women's PSG star Kheira Hamraoui was attacked last week and her teammate in the club and in the selection Aminata Diallo, present at the moment, was put in custody today by the police of Versailles.
This is confirmed by the PSG through a statement: "Paris Saint-Germain takes note of the police arrest this morning of Aminata Diallo by the Versailles SRPJ as part of the open procedure following an attack, Thursday evening last, to the detriment of the club's players."
The two soccer players, according to L'Equipe, were in the car together with two companions after a dinner with the team when some strangers attacked Hamraoui with iron bars, hitting her several times and causing injuries and damage to her legs and hands.
The 31-year-old midfielder was absent in the match played by PSG on Tuesday evening, which overwhelmed Real Madrid 4-0 in the women's Champions League, in her place on the field by the 26-year-old Aminata Diallo. As L'Equipe always explains, on Thursday evening Hamraoui was returning home by car with Diallo and two other companions after a dinner organized by the company, when they were stopped by several men covered on their faces with balaclavas who dragged Hamraoui.
out of the car and then hit her in the legs with bars. According to the French newspaper, several stitches were placed on the transalpine player both on her lower limbs and on her hands in the nearby hospital in Poissy. Based on the initial information, Diallo was stopped by the police to at least be questioned about the serious episode, but what she learns about her role in her attack would be primary, due to the competition with her colleague both in the club and in the National.
Now new details emerge regarding the brutal attack on Paris Saint-Germain footballer Kheira Hamraoui. Her teammate Aminata Diallo, initially considered the instigator of the attack and therefore arrested, was exonerated, also because the investigators seem to have changed their minds compared to the initial hypothesis.
At the base of the Hamraoui attack could something related to the private life of the 31-year-old ex Barcelona. During the attack, Kheira remedied injuries to the lower limbs and hands, which were treated with several stitches, while they left immediately and investigated what happened.
After the first interrogations, the French police decided to arrest Aminata Diallo Diallo immediately declared herself absolutely innocent and unaware of everything, showing herself literally shocked by what happened. Her lawyer said: "Aminata Diallo deplores the perfectly artificial staging of a rivalry between her and Kheira Hamraoui that would justify her attack on her teammate.
This theory does not correspond to anything about the true nature of their relationship." According to what was reported by RMC Sport, at the moment of the attack on Kheira Hamraoui the attackers would have shouted: "So let's go to bed with married men?"