David Luiz moved from Chelsea to Paris Saint Germain this summer…
England manager Roy Hodgson has surprisingly criticised Paris Saint Germain for their signing of former Chelsea defender David Luiz, who joined the French giants earlier this year.
Reports in the Metro have revealed that while Hodgson might not be renowned for being the most confrontational character around in football, he is apparently quite brash at times.
The source references French media outlet L’Equipe, who claim the Three Lions boss met PSG president and owner Nasser Al Khelaifi, along with manager Laurent Blanc during the summer.
They in turn claim that instead of simply making polite conversation, the former Liverpool, Fulham and Inter Milan boss gave the duo his brutally honest opinion on the French champions’ summer business.
Hodgson said: “But how could your club take David Luiz? He makes at least one error in concentration a game! €50m is crazy.”
Luiz arrived at PSG from Stamford Bridge ahead of his eventually-disastrous World Cup campaign with Brazil. The Ligue 1 side paid an initial fee of £40m, which could rise to £50m depending on appearances and achievements.
He has kept four clean sheets in his first six games for the club, but faces a huge task in mid-week when he faces Barcelona in the Champions League.
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