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The PSG does everything to keep his attacker!
The PSG is negotiating with Everton to definitely afford Moses Kean, currently lent by the English club. © Provided by Football 365 Angel di Maria - Moise Kean - Ander Herrera (PSG) qualified for the champions league semi-finals, the PSG still has to manage some files for its future. In addition to the extensions of mbappé and neymar, the Parisian direction would be convinced by the performance of Moses Kean and would do everything to enlist it definitively.
Paris Saint-Germain welcomes Manchester City in the semifinal Go from Champions League, this Wednesday (21 hours). A shock to follow live commented.welcomes it, on Tuesday, April 27 (21h), in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League. A meeting that Mauricio Pochettino addresses with a quasi-complete group. Rarissime this season for PSG, virtually all players are present, with the exception of Juan Bernat and Guard Alexandre Letellier. In other words, the Capital Club presents itself with its best assets against the Cityzens. Paris should run in a 4-2-3-1 system with Alessandro Florenzi and Abdou Diallo (or Mitchel Bakker) on the wings, and a Kimpembe-Marquinhos central hinge found. In front, Idrissa Gueye and Leandro Paredes could begin. A CRAN above, a Trio di Maria-Verratti-Neymar, to support the Kylian tip mbed. Probable Compos
PSG: Navas - Florenzi, Marquinhos, Kimpembe, Diallo - Gueye, Paredes - Di Maria, Verratti, Neymar - Mbed
Manchester City: Ederson - Walker, Stones, Dias, Cancelo - de Bruyne, Rodri, Gündogan - Mahrez , Silva, FodenWhere to see the match? The meeting between Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City will be broadcast live on the RMC Sport channel at 9 pm on Wednesday. To watch the game in streaming, you will have to subscribe to the Digital offers of RMC Sport and then go to the RMCSport.tv channel or download their free mobile app.
The end of an era? Mbappe, Neymar and PSG face uncertain future after Champions League exit .
PSG are facing their annual post-mortem after coming up short in the Champions League once more - and this time it could be a watershed momentA second-half meltdown in Paris last week did much of the damage, but PSG’s cause was not helped when, amid a promising start in the snow, Riyad Mahrez was the recipient on a fortunate bounce in the box, allowing him to give Pep Guardiola’s side the lead with their only meaningful attack in the first 40-odd minutes.