Di Mara is crying uncontrollably. He is overcome by emotion. The season is finished, and with it, his time as a member of the club to which he dedicated so much has come to an end. Paris Saint-Germain fires him while he is still standing. An institution’s symbol is departing.
The all-time leading passer with 19 titles. Everyone pampers him on the Parc des Princes’ playing field. Family, teammates, and coaching staff In the center of the game, there is a corridor. A standing ovation is also given. In the locker area, there will be more shows of affection.
The demos are repeated in the seclusion of the dressing rooms. Icardi squeezes it tightly and refuses to let go. She whispers something in his ear, pats him on the back, then walks away so he may hug her again. From the warmest embrace of all. Messi is the one who follows him, and Angelito is the one who drops the message: “Thank you.”
Thank you for sharing this moment with me,” Fideo says to the owner of PSG’s number 33 shirt, to whom he recommends requesting Neymar for number 10 in full TV style: “Leo is the best athlete on the planet. He is never sad, and he will never experience those emotions. I’ve already informed him that starting next year, he must request number 10 and that number 11 be given to Ney, and that’s it; I believe he is number 10, the finest in the world, and number 10 must be his.”