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Paris Saint-Germain

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC Player of the Month -- Messi, Ibrahimovic or Anderson?

The ESPN FC crew break down the Player of the Month shortlist and give their suggestions for players they felt were left out.

Rewind to the early days of December, and it looked as though Cristiano Ronaldo was a certainty to win ESPN FC's Player of the Month each and every calendar turn through the end of the season. He'd won three on the trot -- and only narrowly missed out on making that four in a row -- and nobody, not even Lionel Messi, was close to dislodging him from the top of the game.

Now, though, Ronaldo hasn't won an award since. In fact, he hasn't been so much as nominated since November. Excluding January,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Paris Saint-Germain to match the money Man United paid for Di Maria?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains why Manchester United's Angel Di Maria has struggled in his first season in the Premier League, while Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez has found considerable success.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread...

PSG offer Man United a way out of Di Maria mess

It wouldn't be wrong to say Angel Di Maria hasn't made the happiest of starts to life in Manchester.

His performances on the pitch for United have been mercurial at best, and he isn't quite settled off the pitch, either, with -- amongst other issues -- his family being left terrified after armed men attacked his house in early February.

It would therefore...

PSG's Digne must make move before it's too late

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses this weekend's results in Ligue 1, where Paris Saint-Germain took the lead in the league table.

There have been more familiar faces than usual at Paris Saint-Germain's Ooredoo Training Centre during the recent international break. Brazilian trio Marquinhos, David Luiz and Lucas Moura all remained with coach Laurent Blanc and his depleted squad because of injury.

The Italian national team left Thiago Motta at home once again and Yohan Cabaye missed France duty because of fitness concerns. Lucas Digne was another Les Bleus star to not feature in Didier Deschamps' squad for the friendly games...

Marquinhos' new PSG deal is a shrewd move for the club's future

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says controversies won't bring him down, and he will stay at the top.

Before Brazil's 3-1 win over France at Stade de France on Thursday, Paris was alight with chatter about one of the Selecao's star defenders in Marquinhos. However, the Paris Saint-Germain man was not in action against Les Bleus because of an injury picked up after a gruelling few weeks leading into the international break as the defending French champions fight for success on four fronts.

The reason for Marquinhos being the focus of much of the pre-match discussion was the fact that PSG made it official...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's hat trick ball gets the VIP treatment

Having been sent off against Chelsea in the Champions League and after ranting about refereeing standards in France, Zlatan Ibrahimovic ended March on an altogether lighter note by scoring his first Ligue 1 hat trick in PSG's 3-1 win over Lorient.

Ibrahimovic then proceeded to celebrate his achievement the only way you'd expect him to -- by flying his autographed match ball home to Sweden in first class.

PSG put Lyon under pressure behind irresistible Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was fundamental in PSG's 3-1 victory against Lorient on Friday.

Paris Saint-Germain went top of Ligue 1, although perhaps for less than 24 hours, with a 3-1 win over Lorient on Friday.

Le Championnat's leaders Olympique Lyonnais are in action on Saturday and can re-take their place at the summit if they beat OGC Nice at home, but PSG took the chance to put their title rivals under maximum pressure thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's hat trick at Parc des Princes.

It was the Swede's second hat trick of the season and although the final score did not reflect the true...