Luis Enrique, PSG’s coach, finds himself facing his first challenge within the team. Is it about to be resolved after the Monaco match?
Since taking charge of PSG, Luis Enrique has swiftly left his mark on the Parisian club. Tactically and in terms of mentality, the concept of teamwork now takes precedence over everything else—a creed also emphasized by PSG’s management whenever possible. Naturally, Luis Enrique must ensure the balance of his locker room to prevent tensions from overshadowing the collective project. However, frustrations are inevitable, as illustrated by the situation with Gonçalo Ramos.
Gonçalo Ramos’s Bitterness
In the match against Monaco last Friday, the Portuguese forward delivered his best performance with Paris, scoring a double and, more importantly, establishing a technical rapport with other attackers. This positive development comes at a time when frustration was building on the part of the Portuguese player.
L’Equipe reports today that given the evident affinity between Kolo Muani and Mbappé and Dembélé off the field, Gonçalo Ramos felt bitterness, even sensing that he was a bit overlooked by the French trio. Luis Enrique, who must monitor this situation closely, can only rejoice in Ramos’s accomplished performance last Friday, where the partnership with Mbappé and Dembélé bore fruit.”