- Paris Saint-Germain canceled its trip to the Bay Area due to concerns over the coronavirus
- Was to travel to Qatar for a three-day training camp starting on Sunday
- On January 19, he was to take the field for a friendly match in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh.
Paris Saint-Germain canceled its trip to the Bay Area on Wednesday due to concerns over the coronavirus. The team, which is ranked first in the points table of France’s top domestic league, was to travel to Qatar for a three-day training camp starting on Sunday. The team was to take the field again on 19 January for a friendly match in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
PSG said, “Given the health situation in France, Paris Saint-Germain has decided to postpone the Qatar ‘Winter Tour 2022’ in order to protect the health of its staff and players.” The royal family of Qatar. Many players of PSG have also come under the grip of Corona virus in the past. The governing body of Germany’s football league said that most players and staff playing in the top two tiers have received booster vaccinations amid rising cases of coronavirus in Europe. League board member Ansgar Schwenken said: “More than 90% of all players, coaches and support persons have been vaccinated while more than 70% of these have already had booster vaccinations. ,