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Paris Saint-Germain's season finished a week ago, with Coupe de France success against bitter rivals Olympique de Marseille. Since that 4-2 victory at Stade de France last weekend, the capital club have done little of note.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Gregory van der Wiel have bid farewell, while seasoned professionals Maxwell and Nicolas Douchez are reportedly in talks to extend their contracts.
That no early incoming transfer moves have been made yet is not exactly a concern; the market is yet to officially...
This is it, then. It's over, c'est fini. Your affair with PSG has ended after four years, four very special years.
I don't really know where to start because so many things have happened during those four years, both on and off the pitch. We have had many wonderful players in France in the past 50 years, from Michel Platini to Zinedine Zidane, not forgetting Ronaldinho too, just to name three, but never has someone had such an impact on a country and a football league.
Julien Laurens looks back on the best of the 2015-16 Ligue 1 campaign in France and offers up a glimpse of what could happen in 2016-17.
To say that we didn't expect it would be a lie but we didn't imagine it would happen as it did. Paris Saint-Germain dominated Ligue 1 from start to finish but unlike previous seasons in which the Parisians started slowly and always had some sort of competition, this time they were brutal from Day 1 until Day 38. They beat record after record throughout the campaign,...
ESPN FC's European correspondents and bloggers look back at the 2015-16 season across Europe. Here's how each league finished: the champions, the European qualifiers and the relegated.
SERIE A: Juventus' title charge capped off a memorable 2015-16 season in Serie A. James Horncastle reviews the best...
With the season over, it's time to assess Paris Saint-Germain's 2015-16 season. Here's a look back on what seemed like a stagnant campaign.
Will PSG be a better team without Zlatan Ibrahimovic next season?
Season in a sentence
This term promised Champions League progress, but the team ultimately failed to deliver.
The peak of PSG's season was knocking Chelsea out of the Champions League by beating them home and away in the round of 16. Facing each other for the third consecutive year in the latter stages, Laurent Blanc's men showed progress by...