The Ligue 1 season broke many records as David beat Goliath: Monaco was crowned champions ahead of Paris Saint-Germain.
Few anticipated such a wonderful Monaco campaign back in August. PSG lost five games in the league this season, as many as in their last two seasons put together. Monaco lost only three games and won 30 out of 38, scoring 107 goals.
The top two, Monaco and PSG, finished with 182 points combined, the highest total in French top-flight history. Four Ligue 1 players scored more than...
Paris Saint-Germain are prepared to pay €60m (£52m) for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak, reports France Football. Unai Emery is under pressure after relinquishing the Ligue 1 title to Monaco and a world class goalkeeper in Oblak could help build the foundation for a new PSG side.
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Paris Saint-Germain never usually pass up the opportunity to make themselves the focus of attention in European football but on Tuesday they opted for a low-key launch of their 2017-18 home kit.
It is easy to see why.
Les Parisiens will be sporting a navy blue number next season but one boasting burgundy sleeves -- a departure from their usual blue, white and red colour scheme and interpreted by some as a nod towards the capital club's Qatari owners -- and red chevrons down the middle.