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Report Card: PSG

PSG's impending FFP boost shouldn't distract from summer transfer needs

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop discuss PSG's pursuit of Angel Di Maria and question whether the Argentina international would find success with the French giants.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his read on the likelihood that Manchester United's Angel Di Maria joins PSG this summer.

The news that Paris Saint-Germain have been waiting for looks as if it has finally arrived, after L'Equipe reported on Wednesday that UEFA have lifted the financial fair play restrictions on the French champions.

Once made official, Les Parisiens are expected to embark upon a busy summer of spending, with Manchester United's Argentina international Angel Di Maria and Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp thought to be among the first on the capital club's shopping list.

If the FFP limits are...

Uruguay, Brazil Copa America exits a positive for PSG

ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

After Brazil's surprise exit to Paraguay on penalties in the quarterfinals on Saturday, only Argentine pair Javier Pastore and Ezequiel Lavezzi are now left to represent Paris Saint-Germain in this summer's Copa America.

With six players taking part in the tournament to begin with, the French champions were initially the second-best-represented team overall and Europe's number one supplier of talent in Chile. Once Ecuador and their seven Club Sport Emelec players were sent home after the group...

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Manchester United want Edinson Cavani-Angel Di Maria exchange deal

Colombia head coach Jose Pekerman believes Edinson Cavani can have no complaints after his red card in the quarterfinal defeat to Chile in the Copa America.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Di Maria out, Cavani in at United?

Edinson Cavani's time at Paris-Saint Germain has been mostly spent in the shadow of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, so it's perhaps little surprise that his name continues to be part of the rumour mill.

The Star reports that Manchester United are ready to offer Angel Di Maria to PSG in a straight swap for the Uruguay international striker, who...

Paris Saint-Germain facing tumultuous transfer window in midfield

ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

Paris Saint-Germain's summer transfer campaign has not even kicked off yet, but already the French champions are facing a potentially difficult off-season. Of coach Laurent Blanc's three regular starting midfielders, only one -- Blaise Matuidi -- looks certain to stay, while transfer speculation surrounds four other members of the capital club's midfield.

Marco Verratti is rapidly becoming the star attraction at the Parc des Princes, but Spanish reports have suggested that the pint-sized Italian...

Areola loan to Villarreal makes perfect sense for PSG

ESNFC's Mark Donaldson and Tommy Smyth separate fact from fiction in the latest round of Transfer Talk.

It might have flown under the radar when announced earlier this week, but Villarreal CF's signing of Paris Saint-Germain's talented goalkeeper Alphonse Areola on a one-season loan deal -- without an option to buy -- is a very good piece of business for both clubs and the player.

The 22-year-old made a name for himself as the hero of the 2013 FIFA Under-20 World Cup final in Turkey, saving Uruguay's first two penalty attempts as France lifted the trophy for the first time in their history.


Paris Saint-Germain keeping watchful eye on prized assets at Copa America

The two most successful teams in Copa America history, Argentina and Uruguay, face each other in the second round of matches in Group B.

This summer's Copa America is in full swing, and events in Chile are of particular interest to French champions Paris Saint-Germain. With six players on duty in South America, les Parisiens are Europe's best-represented club, second only to Ecuadorian champions Club Sport Emelec, which boasts seven of their country's 23-man squad.

Chief among PSG's talents on show in Chile during the three-week tournament is Edinson Cavani. El Matador is Uruguay's primary source of goals without the suspended Luis...