After seven years, Edinson Cavani will say goodbye to Paris Saint-Germain. But while the capital club believed that the top scorer in its history (200 goals) would bow out with the Champions League matches, the 33-year-old striker chose to pack up on July 1. A choice that Christophe Dugarry commented on at the microphone of RMC Sport. And not surprisingly, the 98 world champion did not appreciate.
“I think it’s not good. he has never been so close to winning a Champions League with PSG. We were a lot to defend him, we praised his behavior, his investment, his love for the club. His club decides not to extend it, it is the choice of the club.
Against Dortmund, they did something great. We feel that there is a real good dynamic in this team. I can understand his frustration, but it’s pretty inelegant. Coming from him, it surprises me. He has always shown humanity, respect for the collective, for the institution. I find it bad for him, for the club. I find it bad on both sides. I don’t understand his attitude, to want to leave like that by the small door. I want him a little bit, ” he said.