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PSG junior coach and former key man Thiago MOTTA: "I want to train first team, someday"

20.11.2018 10.08 by Claudio Colla  read 501
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A first-team key midfielder for PSG from 2012/13 to 2017/18, Brazilian-Italian 36-year old Thiago Motta, now training French giants U19 squad, told La Gazzetta dello Sport: "I'm on a 2-year deal with PSG development area, and my main aim is to get to train the first team, someday. Unless, of course, a different offer barges in, and makes me change my plans. Champions League? I think five are the teams in the winning mix:  Barça, Real Madrid, PSG, Juventus, and Manchester City. My Inter Milan can be the outsider. Besides, I think they might be the ones breaking Juventus' Serie A dominion. Probably not this season, though".

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