The Argentine striker, who has just been acquired by PSG, highlights the comfort he feels in the French capital.
After arriving on loan to the French capital, Mauro Icardi was acquired by Paris Saint-Germain and, according to his own statements, he feels at ease in the club and the city despite so many years of attachment to Inter Milan.
The Argentine striker will continue until 2024 and is shaping up to be the successor to Edinson Cavani, who lost ground on the roster and is rethinking his future. For now, the South American enjoys his stay at PSG and, during the last hours, answered questions from his followers on the networks – and published by the Parisian institution – to reaffirm his comfort in this present.
One of the first and most important points that the one representing the national team answered was the memory of his match with Olympique de Marseille. “Score two goals in the first classic was a unique feeling because I love to play (these games). The classics are the most beautiful and important in the championship. I have experienced other classics before. Having the opportunity to score goals and play my first classic in France and scoring two goals was exciting, “he said, referring to PSG’s 4-0 victory on October 27.
As for his adaptation and the reception of everything that surrounds the club, Icardi said: “The truth is that it was impressive from the first moment, when I went out to warm up the first time (in the Parque de los Príncipes) … I was very well received and it changes everything. It is important for a player to feel the fans, the screams, the songs. It is very impressive. “
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