The former Paris Saint-Germain midfielder has thrown his weight behind the French Ligue 1 champions ahead of their UEFA Champions League final fixture against Bayern Munich slated for today in Portugal.
Austin Jay-Jay Okocha, who played for PSG for four years between 1998 and 2002, wished Tomas Tuchel’s side all the best against Bayern Munich.
PSG qualified for the Champions League final for the first time in their history after knocking out RB Leipzig from the competition in the semi-final a few days ago, while Bayern eliminated Lyon.
In a video posted on PSG’s official Twitter page on Saturday night, Okocha said: “Hello, this is Jay Jay Okocha, I just want to say congratulations to the players of Paris Saint-Germain and the manager for qualifying for the final of the Champions League.
“I wished you all the best for the final. Allez Paris!”
Okocha was signed by PSG after the France 1998 World Cup for £14m, making him the most expensive African player at the time.
🇳🇬 Ahead of the #UCLfinal, the one and only Jay-Jay Okocha with some words of encouragement 💙❤️