PSG’s current formations, whether in 4-2-4 or 4-3-3, have encountered some challenges, prompting Luis Enrique to consider implementing a system with a false 9.
The Spanish coach, Luis Enrique, is exploring the possibility of more frequently adopting a false 9 approach in the attack, according to information from RMC Sport. This strategic shift opens up two promising options: Lee Kang-in, who has demonstrated a strong connection with Kylian Mbappé, and Marco Asensio.
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This tactical evolution could result in Gonçalo Ramos dropping down the hierarchy. Meanwhile, Randal Kolo Muani emerges as an asset due to his ability to play on the right side, providing an interesting alternative to rotate with Ousmane Dembélé.
Luis Enrique’s decision to explore a false 9 formation underscores his desire to bring variety to the attack and capitalize on synergies between players. In recent matches, the observation is clear: whether it’s Gonçalo Ramos or others, a different approach is needed.