Pablo Sarabia, who left Paris Saint-Germain owing to his insufficient playing time, spoke to ‘AS’ about his transfer to the Premier League, where he is now playing more often under Julen Lopetegui.
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“The past year has seen a lot of change. After leaving Lisbon, I traveled to Paris, we attended the World Cup, I signed with Wolves, and then I gave birth to twins! My boss, my teammates, and everything else in this side of England are great, so I’m pretty delighted with that. He added in Spanish, “It’s a family club.
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“I knew I wanted to leave Paris,” Sarabia said in reference to quitting PSG. Being in the prime of my career, I didn’t want to have to wait to have the chance to play on the bench in case the three up top got hurt because I wasn’t receiving the minutes. I wanted to play, so it’s not like that. He continued, “I have had the opportunity to live through those two years previously, and I didn’t want it.
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“I can say that I shared a dressing room with some great players, Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe, surely three of the best in the history of football, but you’ve got to value what makes you happy and I’m happy when I’m playing, being part of a team, and that’s what I’ve got here,” the ex-Sevilla player said in his closing remarks. I was unable to play or even have a location of my own in Paris.