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UEFA Champions League: PSG's rollercoaster April has them on precipice of greatness on and off the field
Historic treble hopes remain alive after wild past few weeksWhen Championnat leaders Lille OSC won 1-0 at Parc des Princes at the start of the month, it felt like a hammer blow to the titleholders' hopes of retaining their crown as it was their eighth league defeat of the season and completed a sweep of losses at home to the three other clubs in France's top four.
It will undoubtedly be one of the major attractions of the next transfer market. The future of the young Breton nugget should be drawn on the side of one of its great European contenders next season. In FC Barcelona's viewfinder, Real Madrid as well as Bayern Munich, Eduardo Camavinga could also stay in France by opting for PSG. According to the information of the team, Leonardo and Florian Maurice, the two bosses of the sportsman within the two French courses, would have exchanged on this subject, Tuesday night, after the meeting having opposed the two teams in Ligue 1 (1-1) . At the microphone of SNTV, Jonathan Barnett, the French sportsman of the French international, evoked this file. "Believe me, we have a lot of offers this year, many offers and good. I'm talking about the best clubs, has he entrusted. (...) He must speak to his family, to his father. We will all sit down and decide. We will also talk to Rennes and decide. There is no precipitation for him. »
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Paris and the City of Fear
© provided by Sofoot at the edge of its semifinal Going Champions League against Manchester City this Wednesday evening at the Princes Park (21h), the PSG presents each other in the face of One of the favorites of the competition with the scalps of Barça and Bayern in his pocket for an explosive confrontation.
The Unthinkable but Very Real Potential Outcomes Across Europe's Top Leagues .
Titles and places in European competition that had felt like givens are no longer that way for a number of the biggest clubs across the big five leagues. View the original article to see embedded media.One of the annual critiques of Europe's top soccer leagues is their collective predictability. Either 34 or 38 games will be played over the course of the regular season, and in the end, the same small handful of clubs claims the trophies and the spots in the Champions League. It's that sense of entitlement that led, in part, for 12 to declare their Super League desires.