Saint-Germain denies his involvement in the failure of the Moroccan star deal

Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier confirmed that Sergio Ramos and Kylian Mbappe were not seriously injured during the 3-1 win over Montpellier in the French Premier League yesterday.

Galtier said the players had gone out early to rest amid a busy schedule.

Saint-Germain, who strengthened its lead in the league by five points, will play five matches between February 4 and 19.

Galtier indicated that defender Ramos was injured in the adductor muscle, while striker Mbappe had a knee problem, and the two were replaced in the first half.

"Sergio preferred to go out and not take any risks because of the muscle discomfort he felt," he told a news conference.

And he continued, “Regarding Kylian, he was injured in a tackle after dribbling, a knee bruise … behind the knee, whether in the knee or in the muscles, a bruise or swelling? We do not know yet.” Very well, but neither of them seems to be seriously injured.

Galtier said that Saint-Germain was not guilty of failing to sign Moroccan Hakim Ziyech on loan from Chelsea on the last day of the transfer window, after British media reported that the agreement had not been concluded due to a delay in the procedures.

He added, "Ziyash...we talked about our desire to include a player after the departure of Pablo Sarabia. We were looking for a player who could play on the right side in attack, unfortunately it did not happen."

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