Two years ago, Tanguy Kouassi left PSG and signed his first professional contract for Bayern Munich.
In the space of two seasons, Tanguy Kouassi has only played 28 games in the colors of Bayern Munich, while a place of choice in the rotation was promised to him at Paris Saint-Germain. Disappointed with his short playing time, the 20-year-old French international hopeful left Bavaria and joined Sevilla FC in a transfer worth 20 million euros this summer. The proof that joining Bayern Munich was a mistake? Asked about this by L’Equipe, Tanguy Kouassi said he had no regrets about his choice to leave PSG to join Bayern Munich two years ago. “I had no regrets. If I have regrets, it means that at the time, I was not 100% sure of my choice. It wasn’t, I was sure. My choices, I assume them. What led me to this decision? This is the project. The Bayern project won me over. I understand the people who criticize me but they don’t have the elements, the discussions I had with Bayern. launched Tanguy Kouassi.
Tanguy Kouassi dreams of returning to PSG
However, the Sevilla FC defender keeps Paris Saint-Germain in mind and does not hide the fact that a return to the club in the French capital is a goal for him. Proof of the unfinished taste he feels about his adventure at PSG. “Is there more room at PSG for young people? No, it’s always the same thing. But young people must not give up. Because Presnel (Kimpembe), Adrien (Rabiot) or Moussa (Diaby), they didn’t give up and they made their mark. Young people can do it. Have you seen the youngster (Warren Zaire-Emery)? I find it very good. He can do a lot of things with Paris. Return to PSG? For a Parisian child, it is always an objective. It’s up to me to progress, to one day reach the level of Paris.” launched Tanguy Kouassi, who very clearly has the objective of becoming a more complete player in order to claim a return to the capital in the years to come. A statement which has the merit of being clear and which will make PSG smile, where Nasser Al-Khelaïfi had gone out of his way to get Tanguy Kouassi to sign his first professional contract… in vain.