Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Manchester City are two (2) of the biggest clubs in Europe. But one of the differences between the clubs is that Manchester City plays in the English Premier League while Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) plays in French Ligue 1. Likewise, one of the similarities between the two (2) clubs is that they are yet to win the UEFA Champions League despite that both have once played in the competition finals.
In terms of trophies, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) was the league runner-up last season but has won a total of forty-three (43) trophies which include nine (9) French Ligue 1 titles, fourteen (14) French Cup, nine (9) French League Cup, one (1) Cup Winner's Cup, and ten (10) French Super Cup.
On the other hand, Manchester City in the English Premier League reigning champion and has won twenty-eight (28) trophies altogether. These trophies are seven (7) English Premier League titles, six (6) FA Cup, eight (8) English League Cup, six (6) Community Shield and one (1) Cup Winner's Cup.
In terms of ownership, Nassel Al-Khelaifi who owns Paris Saint-Germain is a citizen of Abu Dhabi, a city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) while Manchester City owner, Sheikh Mansour is from Qatar. According to Goal, Nassel Al-Khelaifi has expended a total of above one billion pounds (£1.3b) on Paris Saint-Germain and Sheikh Mansour has invested the same amount on the Citizens since taking over in 2008.
Both clubs are the major contenders in the UEFA Champions League this season, who will win the trophy first? Kindly your opinion below.
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