Moussa Diaby, the winger for Aston Villa, stated that he still has affection for the French powerhouses and acknowledged that he would visit Paris Saint-Germain again in the future.
Born in Paris, Diaby played for the senior team at the Parc des Princes after progressing through the French national team’s junior system. In 2019, he joined Bayer Leverkusen.
His performances in Germany won him a lucrative transfer to Aston Villa, where he has adapted to the Premier League’s fast tempo with ease.
In the future, some may believe that Diaby, 24, might benefit from returning to Ligue 1 and his hometown. Diaby has also received international caps for France.
The Aston Villa winger, who acknowledges that it may happen and that even in the unlikely event that it does not, he will always be a PSG supporter, is pleased that many PSG supporters still follow Diaby and wish for his comeback.
I frequently hear from my supporters that they are considering my comeback. It’s pleasant. It indicates that I have not been forgotten,” Maxifoot.fr cited Diaby as saying.
“The fans are aware that I received my training at this club and that I’m willing to sacrifice anything for this shirt.
People wouldn’t have given my return any thought if I hadn’t been good.
It’s enjoyable to read and learn.
“I may return at some point in the future. In any event, PSG will always hold a special place in my heart.
Diaby played 34 times for PSG in all, contributing seven assists and four goals.
With 26 appearances this season, the winger has also scored four goals for Aston Villa. Unai Emery has given him opportunities to excel in both the Premier League and the Europa Conference League.