Are PSG finally good enough to win the Champions League?

PSG’s stealthy enforcements over the summer will prove key as the Parisians embark on yet another season with one main goal: the UCL.

PSG: Why they can only truly be judged in the Champions League

PSG’s rise as a financial powerhouse of a football club hasn’t exactly translated into continental success. In fact, their failures in the Champions League are so highlighted that it has now become the standard for every new manager.

PSG face Lyon test as Monaco seek to rediscover form

Paris Saint-Germain look world-beaters as Ligue 1’s Match Day 6 arrives. Their summer transfers are paying off. But what about AS Monaco?

FC Nantes: The current Ligue 1 minnows fabled by a rich history

FC Nantes may be minnows in Ligue 1 right now, but like so many so-called “minnows” they have such rich history that it almost seems fabled.

How Neymar’s transfer to PSG finally happened

Concluding any transfer deal takes time, even more so if the fee is enough to take over a Fortune 500 company. So how did Neymar’s transfer take place?

Barca’s lost stars before—what makes the Neymar deal different?

There seems to be a level of angst unseen ever before at Barcelona. The loss of Neymar was unforeseen, and now, Barca can only blame themselves.

2016/17 Ligue 1 Review: A season when managerial brilliance and youthful talent overcame the filthy rich

The 2016/17 Ligue 1 season was the most exciting in more than half a decade. Because, well, PSG didn’t win it.

If France is so good, why is Ligue 1 so bad? The weird world of French football

Why is the French national team so talented when Ligue 1 is so horrendous? If France win the Euros, there may emerge a new recipe for success on the International level.