Marco Verratti mentioned he holds no grudges obtaining accepting an apology from L’Equipe just after the French publication produced inaccurate claims about him and Paris Saint-Germain team-mate Blaise Matuidi.
L’Equipe claimed Verratti and Matuidi partied two days ahead of PSG’s humiliating 6-1 defeat to Barcelona which sent the French giants crashing out of the Champions League 6-5 on aggregate.
According to apparent witnesses in a Paris nightclub, these accusations proved to become incorrect, major to an apology immediately after PSG had hit out at L’Equipe in the aftermath of your post.
“Excuses accepted, no grudges,” Verratti wrote via Instagram following uploading a photo of L’Equipe’s apology.
A statement from L’Equipe study: “On last March 9, in the course of L’Equipe Kind, we claimed PSG players Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi were within a nightclub two days just before the second leg on the Champions League clash against Barcelona.
“The next day, this info appeared within the printed and around the on the internet editions of L’Equipe.
“Wwe know for specific that this info is false and was provided to us by external sources with terrible intentions. We would like to apologise.
“We also apologise to gentlemen Marco Verratti and Blaise Matuidi for our wrongdoing against them, at the same time as their club and employer Paris Saint-Germain