But as City march on, this could be the end for PSG as we have come to know them. The Argentine was appointed because the PSG hierarchy believed he could deliver Champions League success, despite having never actually won it, but he has failed in that objective and there seems little point dragging out the farewells. Sporting director Leonardo, a club legend appointed to oversee recruitment shortly after QSI’s arrival, could also pay the price for this latest failure. Messi will remain with Paris Saint-Germain this summer and will not leave despite interest in a Barcelona return, report Mundo Deportivo. The signing of Sergio Ramos, icon of Real Madrid, has also proved a flop with the defender sidelined by injury issues for most of the season. Frenkie de Jong et Pedri devraient être titularisés au milieu alors que Sergio Busquets occuperait le rôle de sentinelle. Comme pour Skriniar, Luis Campos pourrait donc être contraint d’entamer de longues négociations pour réussir là où Leonardo a échoué avant lui, et répondre à la demande de Christophe Galtier, mais le nouvel homme fort du PSG doit faire face à une concurrence importante.
Depuis que Leonardo est revenu au Camp des Loges pour devenir directeur sportif, un poste assez vaste qui doit permettre d’attirer les futures stars du ballon rond. Gardien de but est un poste important dans une équipe. Qui est le top du match ? PSG also wanted a top class goalkeeper and did some good business to get the Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma on a free from AC Milan. The project, including the cost of the land, will be about $265 million, she said. She specializes in primary podiatric medicine, including diabetic wound care, limb salvage, gout, arthritis and has special protocols for heel pain that are non-surgical. This would be a tacit admission that PSG’s modern day ‘Galactico’ policy of recruitment has just been a colossally expensive failure. “Paris Saint-Germain is delighted to return to Asia this July for an exciting tour in Japan following successful tours in China and Singapore in 2018 and 2019. The club’s popularity in Asia has grown tremendously over the past ten years and the club can now count on millions of fans in Japan.
As Manchester City have also discovered, having exceedingly deep pockets is no guarantee that history can simply be rewritten. PSG have committed to paying him £94m over the course of his three-year contract. Contracted to PSG until 2025, the deal only signed last May, there is unlikely to be a quick escape for him at the end of the season. Losing him to their Champions League conquerors will be a blow to PSG’s prestige but Mbappe is unlikely to be convinced to hang around – especially now. He couldn’t have done any more but his ambitions to win the major silverware mean his summer move away, most likely to Real, whose fans applauded him at the Bernabeu, is now all but inevitable. It worked really well for him at Tottenham. The exception was some important contributions in their run to the 2020 final but has he really justified that enormous outlay and £540,000-a-week wages? But Neymar has either been out injured at most of the key junctures in the five years since or has just failed to deliver when it truly matters. Part of their solution had been to go out and buy Neymar, who scored twice against them in 2017, and then Messi, both from Barcelona.
But weighted against this for president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is the enormous economic potential that comes with PSG fielding the biggest names. With Pochettino and Mbappe highly likely to depart and Messi far from happy, this would be the perfect opportunity to abandon this Galactico 2.0 approach and put full trust in a manager to shape the team as he wants. The summer will see great changes in personnel, a ruthless cull of those deemed not up to standard with nobody immune. A series of injury issues, just seven goals and the creeping feeling that age has finally overtaken the great man. The seven-time Ballon d’Or has no intention of leaving the Parc des Princes and has at no time considered a potential return. Très fort au match aller au Parc des Princes avec une victoire pleine d’autorité 4-0 sur le Barça, l’équipe du Parc des Princes sous Unai Emery perdra 1-6 face à Lionel Messi et ses camarades au retour.
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