Messi jette un très gros froid sur son avenir au PSG ?

Le PSG prêt à mettre une grosse valise à Clermont ?

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We are only three days away from the debut of Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1, it will be in Clermont. The Auvergnats can be worried about the Parisian armada made up of Neymar, Kylian Mbappé, Léo Messi and it is legitimate. Here’s why.

Paris and its five-star preparation

The new methods of Christophe Galtier and his staff are starting to bear fruit and it shows very well on the pitch. Since resuming training, the Paris team has had time to play four warm-up matches and the Champions Trophy last Sunday. Conclusion, five out of five for this new PSG with a few cards at stake (6-2, 4-0). Christophe Galtier’s men scored a whopping 17 goals and conceded only three. Paris performed and impressed after a year and a half where Mauricio Pochettino’s game was not felt.

A Mbappé-Messi-Neymar trio already on fire

This trio has already started to make sparks! Indeed, the galactics of Paris Saint Germain have all turned into scorers during this preparation. Kylian Mbappehaving extended for three seasons, scored two goals. For his part, the sevenfold Ballon d’Or Leo Messi found the flaw three times including one against Nantes during the Champions Trophy. Finally, Neymar has four goals including a double against the Canaries and a magnificent free kick. As rare as it may seem, the Pulga seems to be evolving in its game and rediscovering the pleasure of playing after a year of transition and rich in emotion. Known for walking on the pitch, the 35-year-old Argentinian made numerous pressings against Nantes in Tel Aviv, under the impetus of Christophe Galtier. Disappointing last season with his former Barcelona teammate Neymar, the duo finally seems launched. Sergio Ramos also seems to be moving forward, after two goals in preparation and four starts. The physical follows after a catastrophic first season in Paris punctuated by only thirteen games played in all competitions due to repeated injuries.

Clermont will give everything

The Stade Gabriel Montpied will already host the biggest match of its season as soon as the championship kicks off. A painful memory last season since Paris had largely won (6-1) in Auvergne lands. But don’t lose hope for the Foot of Clermont. Indeed, the 17th in Ligue 1 has attracted people to its ranks with the arrival of the Polish central defender Mateusz Wieteska (1.30M€), the Serbian center-forward Come Andric (1M€), Maxime Gonalons or Mehdi Zeffane (free). On the other hand, big loss since the top scorer of Clermont Mohamed Bayo left the club for LOSC. Like PSG, Clermont has made a good preparation full of promise with four successes and two losses.

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