Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure refuses to rule out PSG move
Watford midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure has refused to rule out the possibility of a potential switch to Paris Saint Germain in the coming days, even though he has reiterated that he is currently happy at Vicarage Road.
A supported of PSG since his teenage days, Doucoure has confirmed that the French giants have shown an interest in him and he is quite flattered with their interest.
“PSG are the club I grew up supporting in Les Mureaux. They are so close to my heart.
“To hear that such clubs are interested in you, it’s a pleasure,” Doucouré admitted.
“I think a club like PSG looks for a lot of players, has a lot of tracks, and that I’m not the only one.
“It is true that my performance has been positive, so we’ll see. I’m glad to evolve at Watford and that the club trusts me.
“If clubs are interested in me, of course, it is flattering. I’m happy.”
The midfielder refused to make the rumours go away and said it’s possible that he could make the switch one day.
“With my characteristics, it is true that there are not many players with these qualities.
“If PSG really inquired about me and wanted to make me one of their players, I would be very happy.
“I have my qualities, I also have my faults to erase. I have to make better recoveries and improve technically – areas in which I must take a big step.
“I have my qualities that everyone knows about, either you like me, or you do not.
“I’m happy with what I’m doing at Watford.”