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PSG’s Potential Starting XI Next Season Is Absolutely Filthy And Will Be A Failure If They Don’t Win Champions League

Paris Saint-Germain is the clear favorite for the best summer transfer window. The Parisian club hasn’t even remotely broken the bank as the potential PSG starting XI 2021 continues to get beefier.

According to Transfermarkt’s player market values, PSG has signed about $200 million worth of talent this summer. The club has only spent $83.6 million. The free transfers of Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Georginio Wijnaldum have come in clutch for PSG.

18-Year-Old Phenom Xavi Simons Dominates PSG’s First Preseason Friendly

18-year-old PSG phenom Xavi Simons is the world’s most well-known footballer with just a single league minute to their name. The Dutch prodigy was a standout performer in Barcelona’s youth setup, where his every progression through La Masia brought increased interest.

But after failing to agree to a new contract with Barça, Simons was whisked off to Paris in 2019, where the 16-year-old signed a three-year deal that reportedly paid him over $1 million annually. 

Sergio Ramos Llega Al PSG Con El 4 En La Espalda Y Hambre De Champions

Ya es oficial. El PSG ha presentado oficialmente a Sergio Ramos como el nuevo bastión de su defensa. El jugador español llega a París después de 16 temporadas junto al Real Madrid.

Dado que su contrato con los merengues finalizaba el 30 de junio, Ramos ha llegado al PSG en calidad de libre, firmando un acuerdo de dos años. Otra manera de decirlo: Ramos se mantendrá en el Parque de los Príncipes hasta junio de 2023.

Well, Well, Well. Look Who Just Showed Up At The Parc Des Princes

Paris Saint-Germain have signed Spain defender Sergio Ramos on a free transfer after he left LaLiga club Real Madrid, the French Ligue 1 side announced on Thursday.

Ramos left Real last month after failing to reach an agreement to extend his 16-year stay in the Spanish capital. He helped Real win four Champions League titles and five LaLiga trophies.

PSG Signs Kylian Mbappé’s Little Brother, 15, To 3-Year Deal

While Paris Saint-Germain sweats over Kylian Mbappé's future at the club, his younger brother Ethan has signed a three-year youth contract until 2024, the Ligue 1 side said on Friday.

Ethan, 15, has played for PSG's youth sides in the past and joined Senny Mayulu in signing for the next three seasons.

One Of The Greatest Dynasties In Sports History Has Just Come To An End

Olympique Lyonnais, one of the best sports dynasties ever, has been dethroned. 

After 14 straight D1 Féminine titles — which coincided with seven Champions League crowns — Lyon will end the 2020-21 season without either trophy, a remarkable end to one of the most dominant teams we’ve ever seen.

Nike Finally Explains Alarming Reason It Ended Neymar Relationship Last Year

Nike Inc said on Thursday it ended its partnership with Brazilian soccer star Neymar last year because he refused to cooperate in an investigation into sexual assault allegations leveled against him by a Nike employee.

Neymar, who currently plays for Paris St. Germain, denies the allegations, his spokeswoman said in a statement.

The world's largest sportswear maker said in a statement it viewed the allegations about an incident in 2016 as "credible" but also said an independent investigation it commissioned was inconclusive.

Lille Hangs On To Beat PSG To Ligue 1 Title

PARIS — Lille clinched their first Ligue 1 title since 2011 as they beat Angers 2-1 away on Sunday, becoming only the second club since 2013 to break Paris St. Germain's dominance.

A goal by Jonathan David and a Burak Yilmaz penalty put Christophe Galtier's side on 83 points, one ahead of defending champions PSG, who had won seven of the eight previous titles and snatched a 2-0 win at Stade Brest.

Ludicrous Mbappé Chip From 35 Yards Breaks Ray Hudson; PSG Wins 6th French Cup In 7 Years

Paris Saint-Germain knocked off Monaco 2-0 in the Coupe de France final to claim its second trophy this season. Kylian Mbappé was the star of the show, recording a goal, an assist, showcasing flashy skill moves and being responsible for breaking commentator Ray Hudson. 

It was clear from the jump that the French Cup final was going to be special with a remote-controlled car delivering the game ball.

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