Saturday, 21 July, 2018

Emery: PSG focused for 'difficult' game against Celtic

Emery: PSG focused for 'difficult' game against Celtic Emery: PSG focused for 'difficult' game against Celtic
Kristopher Love | 22 November, 2017, 11:06

"In training he is great".

Neymar was pictured at a nightclub in the Paris suburbs attending a private concert held by the American rapper Tyga. We have to play at a very high level in the 90 minutes. Outside of football he can make the most of his friends.

But Emery was dismissive when asked about the £198 million man's extra-curricular activities."He is very responsible", said the PSG coach. "He was back with us yesterday and for tomorrow he will be fine".

PSG coach Unai Emery said: "The Champions League is very important to us".

Cavani and Neymar were involved in a furious row in September, when PSG were awarded a spot-kick against Lyon in a Ligue 1 clash.

Elsewhere in Group B, Bayern travel to Anderlecht knowing a point could see them into the next stage of the tournament.

"We know it's going to be very hard to implement but we want to give ourselves a chance of staying in the match as long as possible". To keep our position, we need to win here.

The 20-year-old Fluminense man is regarded as one of the brightest talents playing in the Brazilian top flight now and has attracted a number of top European sides to follow him.

PSG are without midfielder Thiago Motta, who has undergone an arthroscopy in the United States, while Thomas Meunier returns to the squad after missing the win over Nantes with back trouble.

Celtic will drop into the Europa League if they stay ahead of the Belgians, who are yet to pick up a point and visit Glasgow on 5 December.

The former Liverpool boss said: "They're arguably the best of the best". We are changing players
and many of them have shown they are ready.

But their last meeting with PSG saw them suffer their biggest ever home defeat in Europe, and they have only ever won twice away in 29 attempts in the Champions League group stage. "I want all the Paris Saint-Germain fans who come to the Parc des Princes to get behind their team and for the players to give the best of themselves on the field".