PSG to become the next big thing in European football, Javier Pastore

3/4/12 in Soccer   |   JamesSmith23   |   1413 respect


 
Javier Pastore, the 22-year-old Argentinean midfield prodigy who was involved in a €42 million transfer to Paris Saint-Germain last summer just recently admitted that he is in love with his ambitious French club. PSG currently is on top of the Ligue 1 table and are one of the hot favorites to win the league title.
 
Pastore believes the French outfit will soon enough become known among the footballing giants of Europe. The Argentina international also revealed that PSG was aiming to sign big players this summer. PSG has become one of the richest clubs on the planet ever since the Qatar Investment Authority bought the club.
 
The QIA have put former Chelsea manager, Carlo Ancelotti in charge of the club. So far, the Italian has accomplished a brilliant job with the club. He has attracted big players and managed to fight on all footballing fronts.
 
Pastore believes PSG will be the next big thing in European football. In a recent interview to CNN, Pastore declared PSG could do wonders if his national teammate, Gonzalo Higuain joins him in the attack at the club.  
 
In the interview, the former Palermo midfielder also spoke about his love for Paris.
 
“My first impressions of the club and city were very good. Paris is an incredible city. It's amazing for someone from abroad who is used to other things. The club is also great. We're getting stronger and growing a lot. It's something that makes a young player very happy because the next few years are looking very good,” Pastore said.
 
Further on, Pastore talked about PSG’s aim to become one of the top clubs in Europe.
 
“When we began the year, the goal was to qualify for the Champions League. We wanted to be in the qualifying spots and go to the Champions League. Now, where we are in the league, we obviously want to be champions because it's within our grasp. But our main aim was always to make the Champions League.”
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