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Paris Saint-Germain set to debut Angel Di Maria for tricky trip to Monaco

ESPN FC's Craig Burley feels Paris Saint-Germain are the strongest club by far in Ligue 1 ahead of their clash with AS Monaco.

Paris Saint-Germain are in Monaco on Sunday as they look to continue their best Ligue 1 start since 2005-06. The clash at Stade Louis II could finally witness the highly anticipated debut of blockbuster summer signing Angel Di Maria.

The Argentina international has been working his way back to match fitness after picking up an injury in his team's defeat to hosts Chile in this summer's Copa America final. After being patient since his arrival in the French capital earlier this month, PSG coach...

Layvin Kurzawa from Monaco to PSG a shrewd move by Ligue 1 champions

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes go group-by-group to break down the 2015 UEFA Champions League draw.

Just hours before Thursday's Champions League group stage draw, Paris Saint-Germain announced the signing of Layvin Kurzawa from AS Monaco.

The France international left-back signed a contract until 2020 and arrives at Parc des Princes for a reported fee of €23 million, an amount that looks like it will prove to be money well spent by the capital club.

PSG have been patient in their pursuit of Kurzawa this summer. Just when it looked as if les Parisiens might change target and pursue Real...

PSG can win Champions League
Group A if they avoid upsets

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes look ahead to the Champions League campaigns for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

Paris Saint-Germain have been handed their most challenging UEFA Champions League group of the Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) era so far.

The French champions have been placed in Group A and will come up against Spanish giants Real Madrid, Ukrainian competition regulars Shakhtar Donetsk and Swedish outfit Malmo FF as Laurent Blanc's men attempt to make it to the latter stages for the fourth consecutive season.

Homecomings is a theme for PSG in this term's group; Angel Di Maria is set to make a return...

PSG must resolve several squad issues to maintain strong start

PSG manager Laurent Blanc says his side still need to settle into the Ligue 1 season physically, despite claiming their third consecutive victory with a 1-0 win at Montpellier.

On the pitch, things are going smoothly for French champions Paris Saint-Germain so far this Ligue 1 season.

Traditionally, the capital club is a slow starter in the French league, but this campaign Laurent Blanc's men have picked up nine points from three matches and they are yet to concede a goal in what is their best start to a domestic season in 10 years.

This strong early form has lifted PSG to the top-flight summit already it is last year's title rivals, Olympique Lyonnais and AS Monaco, who...

Edinson Cavani form a concern for PSG despite 100 percent start to Ligue 1

PSG manager Laurent Blanc says his side still need to settle into the Ligue 1 season physically, despite claiming their third consecutive victory with a 1-0 win at Montpellier.

Paris Saint-Germain are top of Ligue 1 with nine points from their opening three games after a narrow 1-0 win away at Montpellier on Friday. Blaise Matuidi scored the only goal of the game as the French champions extended their best start to a league season in 10 years and moved to within two victories of a record equalling 14-match winning streak.

Without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Angel Di Maria, Marco Verratti and Gregory van der Wiel for the amtch, coach Laurent Blanc was dealt another setback inside...

Verratti absence gives Blanc a PSG selection headache

Lyon forward Alexandre Lacazette had an afternoon to forget in the second game of the season; while Blaise Matuidi had a spectacular strike for PSG.

A little over three months ago, a 2-1 Paris Saint-Germain win away at Montpellier HSC secured Laurent Blanc's men their third consecutive Ligue 1 title with one game to spare. Blaise Matuidi and Ezequiel Lavezzi scored the goals as the Zlatan Ibrahimovic-less side from the capital clinched the victory and celebrated a fifth French crown at Stade de la Mosson.

In just the third round of fixtures in le Championnat this season, PSG return to Languedoc-Roussillon in search of their third straight...