In an interview with RMC, Randal Kolo Muani, who joined PSG from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer, opened up about his areas of improvement as he's constantly had to compete with fellow arrival Goncalo Ramos for a spot in the starting eleven atop the PSG lineup.
Despite a noteworthy track record with Eintracht Frankfurt, scoring 24 goals and dishing 18 assists, the 24-year-old striker is still adapting to the challenges posed by tighter Ligue 1 defenses and Luis Enrique's possession-based style.
Kolo Muani acknowledged this ongoing adjustment, stating, "I wasn't really used to playing in this position in Frankfurt; I was more demanding of the ball in depth. It's a different style."
Addressing critiques from Jerome Rothen (RMC journalist) about RKM committing some technical errors, Kolo Muani recognizes the need to improve his ball retention. "When people rely on me, I really have to succeed in keeping possession of the ball," Kolo Muani said. "It's clearly an area for progress. I'm working on it."
Competing with Goncalo Ramos, Kolo Muani, who arrived later in the summer, acknowledges the importance of such competitions within the roster of a club like PSG.
Despite having played slightly fewer minutes compared to Ramos, he believes that competition is essential for player development.