Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel says the club need to sign a replacement for midfield general Thiago Motta. Motta retired at the end of last season after six years in the French capital and Tuchel feels PSG should have worked harder to land a player to fill the void left by the former Italy international.
“Not 100 per cent to be honest with you,” said Tuchel when asked how pleased he was with the Parisian outfit’s summer transfer business.
He added: “We were trying to replace Thiago Motta. For a No 6 at PSG, you are looking for talent, a very big personality.
“We could not do it. In the end we ran out of time.
“But we have 100 per cent confidence in this group, in these players and we look forward.”