The defeat and the coronavirus got the better of the hopes of a great popular celebration after the very good run of PSG in the final phase of the Champions League. The Parisians, who lost in the final against Bayern Munich on Sunday (0-1), left Lisbon at the start of the afternoon to return to the capital, after more than two weeks in isolation in Portugal. While some echoes reported an arrival at Le Bourget airport, the club indicates that the delegation will return to discretion via Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport.
A return to Le Bourget was well programmed before the departure for Portugal, but the club and the authorities wished to avoid any massive gathering that was difficult to reconcile with the health precautionary measures. Still according to PSG, players will be taken care of directly on the track, by bus and no meeting with the public possibly present will be possible. The club sent the same indications to the ultras, who wanted to meet the players on their arrival on the Parisian tarmac and finally gave up on this project.
The prefecture bans all gatherings at the Parc des Princes
The PSG, which had agreed with the police headquarters on a gathering of 5,000 people in its stadium if successful, will ultimately not open the doors of the Parc des Princes this evening. Behind the scenes in Paris, it is indicated that there was never any question of festivities in the event of defeat.
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The Parisian workforce will still mark the end of this European campaign which led PSG for the first time to the final of the queen event. A friendly meeting is scheduled at the end of the afternoon, for the players and their entourage at the Parc des Princes, according to several sources close to the group.
The Ultras wanted to take the opportunity to meet at 5 pm on the outskirts of the enclosure and thank their unfortunate heroes.
But in the wake of their Twitter post, and even if the ultras are committed to ensuring that this gathering takes place without overflow and in compliance with health measures, the Paris police headquarters announced the ban on any demonstration in the vicinity. from the Parc des Princes from 2:30 p.m.