Tanguy Nianzou releases its truths

What’s next after this announcement?

Here is Tanguy Nianzou again. We had lost sight of him a bit since he left PSG. It must be said that the central defender has not played much in two seasons at Bayern Munich. Victim of two injuries that sidelined him for two months each time (hamstring in September 2020, then a muscle tear in December of the same year), in addition to a very big competition, he was unable to express the full potential of the. settle in Bavaria. As a result, he only made 28 appearances for 983 minutes played before deciding to leave.

He joined Sevilla FC this summer in a final transfer estimated at 16 million euros. “I don’t regret it, nohe blurted out in an interview with The team. Like any footballer, I was disappointed because we want to play it all. But he gave me a mentality and today I am ready for any situation. Bayern made me grow. Mentally it helped me tell myself: “OK, nothing is acquired””explains the player summoned by the France Espoirs team to face Germany this Friday night, and then Belgium in three days in a friendly.

A possible return to PSG

Leaving PSG was not a long decision for him either. Despite Thomas Tuchel’s confidence and the playing time he gave him, Nianzou was determined to leave his training club. “I made that decision and became what I became. I don’t know if he would have started at PSG. This year look at the competition, with Marquinhos, Sergio Ramos and (Presnel) Kimpembe, Danilo too. With ifs, we rebuild races. We can’t know that.

Not even Tuchel’s appeal at the end of the Parisian adventure to try to change his mind caused a turnaround. He had already made the decision to sign for Bayern Munich, especially since he anticipated the future departure of the German coach from PSG (he will be fired on December 23, 2020). On the other hand, the player, who turns 20 today, does not rule out one day returning to his training club.“For a Parisian boy, it is always a goal. It’s up to me to progress, one day to reach the level of Paris. » That is what is said.

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