For several years, PSG has had a big problem with its training center. If the Parisian training is effective, young people often leave the club of the capital prematurely to explode elsewhere in Europe. From now on, the PSG modifies its training policy.
PSG has already let slip several talents, from its training center. Moussa Diaby, Kingsley Koman, Mike Maignan or Christophe Nkunku are confirmed players in their club and have not had their chance at PSG. According to information from the newspaper l’Équipe, the capital club will now review its youth training policy and will no longer offer as many professional contracts. Paris wishes to unearth the rare pearl and above all, to keep it in its workforce over the long term. Like Presnel Kimpembe. PSG will only offer a professional contract to players capable of integrating the first team and imposing themselves there.
PSG completely changes its training policy
A drastic measure, taken by Luca Cattani, the new head of the PSG training center since January 2023. Luca Cattani believes that there are too many young players who have a pro contract at PSG. This policy was used to prevent these young talents from leaving the club and joining the competition. Except that with this strategy, it is more difficult to find real talent. If Warren Zaire-Emery recently exploded with PSG, the Paris training center remains a big problem while many players trained in the Paris region are now playing in major European clubs. The PSG wishes through the new policy put in place by Luca Cattani, to have the monopoly of the talents of Île-de-France. PSG will only offer professional contracts to players who have the potential to establish themselves in the first team in the future. Paris begins its change at the root, even if this risks causing many departures each year at the end of training.