The 22-year-old midfielder, currently in Leipzig, expressed his disappointment at failing to take on a more influential role within the Paris team.
Christopher Nkunku confessed that he had the desire to be captain of Paris Saint-Germain. The young midfielder emerged from the Parisian team spoke with France Football and expressed that he had great ambitions at his previous club.
“I am convinced that I could have imposed myself, have more playing time. I knew before last year that I had to go, but coach Tuchel told me that he was counting on me and the youngsters. However, things did not go as expected.” unveiled the current Leipzig flyer.
He added: “Even if I don’t have a feeling of failure on my part, I still find it as a shame because I felt capable of playing a greater role. I even dreamed of being PSG captain one day.”
Nkunku arrived in Leipzig in mid-2019 in a transfer in which the German team disbursed 13 million euros. Since his arrival at the squad led by Julian Naggelsman, the midfielder has played 42 games in all competitions, almost double his last season with the French, and contributed five goals.
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