Valencia CF saves Carlos Soler from PSG

When the former Spanish coach was hired as the Parisian club’s new coach, the Valencian midfielder thought his starting position was secured, but the reality is very different.

Carlos Soler is living in hell at PSG because Luis Enrique brutally excludes him and Valencia CF sees a great opportunity. The Valencian midfielder did not add a single minute in the last five games, including games in Ligue 1 and the French Cup. A circumstance that really disrupts the player environment.

At some point, Carlos Soler thought that the arrival of a Spanish coach would open the doors to the starting XI more easily. But the truth is that the 27-year-old footballer feels that he had more minutes with Galtier. This fact has prompted the same midfielder to speak to his agent to get him a departure ticket for the next summer market.

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Captain José Gayá has written some enigmatic messages on social networks about the return of Carlos Soler. (c) Photo: GOL digital.

Valencia CF are aware of the departure of Carlos Soler

The Che team is one of the most suitable destinations for the defensive midfielder as it is his former team and where he developed his best version. Plus, they still miss him at Mestalla and not just the fans. Some of his former teammates such as Hugo Duro have commented on a possible return of the former Valencia captain.

Another Valencia CF character (José Gayá) spends his time writing cryptic messages and wants Soler to take a plane and return. But from an economic point of view, the operation does not seem to be easy. The midfielder has three years left on his contract and PSG won’t just let him go. However, the Black and Whites could request a loan if they acquire their player.

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Exclusion and uncomfortable positions, the unfortunate situation of Carlos Soler in France

Besides that the short time in the sports sector that they give to the Valencian midfielder when he enters the pitch, he does so in positions he has never been in before. The former youth player Che always enjoyed being in midfield, But in recent games he has shown a more attacking approach and has become a playmaker.

At PSG, this role has turned 180 degrees since Carlos Soler was deployed in positions further back. Against Strasbourg he played as a right-back and against Le Havre he played on the left. Even in the cup he played as an inside player, which is clearly an unpleasant fact for the Valencian midfielder.

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