The summer Break after every season is a moment to prepare for the next football season across Europe and it seems this upcoming season will be a fruitful one for Paris Saint Germain with the new addition in the past few weeks. Although some are free agents, Sergio Ramos, Hakimi Achraf, Wijnaldum and Donnarumma has joined Paris Saint Germain as new signings.
They are already a threat at the attacking front with the Dangerous trio of Neymar, Angel Dimaria and Kylian Mbappe. Wijnaldum will also spice up the Midfield with his bromance with Marco Verrati. They also have Sergio Ramos and World Cup winner, Presnel Kimpembe at the centre back. Hakimi Achraf has joined the left back option and Theo Hernandez might be announced from AC Milan anytime soon. Paris Saint Germain is obviously a threat to other European teams Competing in Uefa Champions League next season.
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