Paulo Díaz anticipated Chile’s duel with Argentina and revealed his desire to go to Europe

Paulo Díaz anticipated Chile’s duel with Argentina and revealed his desire to go to Europe
Paulo Díaz anticipated Chile’s duel with Argentina and revealed his desire to go to Europe

Jun 24, 2024, 3:46 p.m. ET

In the run-up to the crucial meeting that Chili will play this Tuesday with Argentina for the second date of Group A of the America Cupthe defender Paulo Diaz He spoke in La Roja and made it clear that despite the good present of the rival, current monarch of the tournament and world champion in Qatar, They will go in search of victory.

“We will try to express our game on the field. Argentina is a very difficult opponent, but we will try to play our game to make it difficult for them as well. I don’t sign a tie. The games are played and we want to go out and win. We hope to end with a favorable result“remarked the defender.

With respect to the figure of Lionel Messithe center-back acknowledged that “it is very difficult to analyze a player of his size, he is one of the best in the world and his game is unpredictable. Regardless of his age, it is difficult to mark him. For us, the youngest of La Roja, it will be special to face him.”

In addition, he highlighted other Argentine footballers, pointing out the players who were his teammates in River Plate, such as Julián Álvarez, Franco Armani and Exequiel Palacios. “It is always a great showcase to play against these types of teams. It will be a very special game for me“, he said.

Finally, Díaz made clear his desire to seek new horizons after five seasons at Millonario. “I would love to play in Europe at some point, I think it is everyone’s dream. But there have been no offers, no one has wanted to make the purchase, because at River Plate they don’t want to, they just buy. “Always with the hope of being able to be in a great European team, but obviously in River I am very happy,” he concluded.

 
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