After the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Manchester United and the uncertainty surrounding the future of Blaise Matuidi, PSG are in need of an attacker. Draxler would be the perfect man for the job, playing an attacking role from the left flank with his quick feet and dribbling skills.
Amidst Neymar's contract talks with Barcelona, big money giants like Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris St. Germain continue to push hard to make the Brazilian the face of their club this transfer window.
David Beckham is excited to see the iconic Jose Mourinho coming to manage Manchester United.
Hardly a month since winning a third consecutive Europa League title with Sevilla, PSG are now reportedly favourites to land Unai Emery, with Laurent Blanc set to get the sack.
Liverpool's player of the year has attracted the attention of French Champions Paris St.Germain, who are keen on bringing the Brazilian to the Parc Des Princes as they brace themselves for another big spending summer.
For the second year in a row, the second leg of the Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League takes place between these two sides at Stamford Bridge. Although the French champions have the edge over their opponents, their English counterparts cannot be taken lightly. While one team has been rampaging to the title they also won last season, the other has fallen drastically short of expectations. PSG need just 1 win to seal the Ligue 1 title – with 8 matches to spare – while Chelsea are finding it difficult to qualify for the Europa League spots, forget the Champions League. Both teams had the luxury of resting players before this match, albeit for entirely different reasons. Chelsea rested their in-form striker Diego Costa in the game against Stoke over the weekend, while PSG started their superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic from the bench in their league game against Montpellier, reflecting on the importance of this tie for both clubs. Guus Hiddink […]
Paris Saint-Germain will start this Champions League Round of 16 tie against Chelsea FC as out-and-out favourites for perhaps the first time in the past three seasons, and Laurent Blanc will be looking for his side to establish a strong advantage from the first leg in France.
Reports in the British press suggest that Chelsea FC attacker Eden Hazard would prefer staying at Stamford Bridge over returning to Ligue 1 with Paris Saint-Germain, should a transfer to Real Madrid not materialise.
Manchester United could look to boost their striking options in the near future by making a move for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani, who is reportedly extremely keen to make the switch to Old Trafford
FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has revealed that he could finish his career in his native Argentina, but insists he is happy at the Nou Camp and will not play for another European club