Verratti: a crazy confession about his extension to PSG

Amazing information has been revealed about the extension of Marco Verratti’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

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Marco Verratti, Paris Saint-Germain PSG

At the end of December, Paris Saint-Germain informed us of Marco Verratti’s extension. Then under contract until June 2024, the Italian midfielder was back for two more years, until June 2026, with the club from the French capital. Three months later, enormous information fell on the details of the new lease initialed by the 30-year-old player, at the club since the summer of 2012 and his arrival from Pescara against a check for 12 million euros.

The bar of 400 games exceeded

According to the newspaper The Parisian, the contract sealed between the two parties includes an astonishing agreement on the salary of the transalpine international, who appeared in all competitions 408 times with the Parisian tunic (11 goals) for 30 games honored since the start of the 2022-2023 season. According to our colleagues, the emoluments of “Little Owl” are now linked to the number of matches played. In other words, the longer he is on the pitch, the more money Ile-de-France number 6 earns.

Targeted for his poor performance against Bayern Munich in the knockout stages of the Champions League (0-2), on March 8 at the Allianz Arena, since directly involved in the two German goals signed Eric Maxim Choupo -Moting and Serge Gnabry, Marco Verratti has assumed his responsibilities.

The international break now over, during which the native of Pescara will have participated in the two qualifying matches for the 2024 European Championship against England (1-2) and Malta (2-0), Paris Saint-Germain will do on Sunday evening his return to competition on the occasion of the reception of Olympique Lyonnais, at the Parc des Princes, brought to conclude the 29th day of Ligue 1. With 66 points, the players of Christophe Galtier dominate the debates with a lead of seven units at Olympique de Marseille.

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