Earlier this week, Tottenham Hotspur right-back, Serge Aurier, claimed that he would like to one day return to his former club, PSG.
Spurs purchased the defender from the French giants in 2017 after he played 81 games across three seasons for them.
The right-back was part of a successful PSG squad that managed twelve domestic trophies during his time there (transfermarkt).
Aurier is enjoying his most successful Tottenham campaign in terms of appearances this year, racking up 33 already, nine more than he has ever managed in a Spurs season.
The Ivory Coast international has now played 74 games for the Lilywhites, scoring six goals in that time (Wikipedia).
However, former PSG player, Jerome Rothen, has now launched a scratching attack on Aurier and his comments, claiming that the Spurs man is on the downhill slope.
He said (RMC Sport): “I have one thing to say to Serge Aurier: PSG is the club of his heart, don’t make me laugh! Let him stop selling us the dream, at least to the supporters, it’s over for you. He’s on the downhill slope. We stop there. stop with this nonsense.”
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