Both clubs have star studded squads and have very powerful financial backing. Here is a combined XI of players from both teams.
Éderson was rated the second best goalkeeper in Europe last season, behind only Chelsea's Edouard Mendy. He takes the goalkeeper's spot in the lineup ahead of Keylor Navas and Gianluigi Donnarumma.
João Cancelo has been one of City's in-form defenders so far this season. He deserves a place in this XI.
Rúben Dias and Marquinhos
Rúben Dias was adjudged to be the best defender in Europe after his outstanding campaign last season.
Sergio Ramos hasn't been fit enough to show what he can do and so PSG's captain, Marquinhos is chosen to partner the City defender.
Achraf Hakimi is a very good wing back but Kyle Walker is the more experienced full back.
In a formation using a full back, rather than a wing back, the City man is the safer bet.
Rodri has been outstanding since his move to Manchester City last year.
He'd be a starter in any team in Europe.
Marco Veratti is a super talented midfielder. PSG missed him on matchday 1 against Club Brugge.
Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne would easily walk into any team in Europe, including PSG. Such is his quality.
**Marco Veratti (l) and Kevin De Bruyne (r)
Jack Grealish is good but has been world class since his teenage years. A very easy decision here.
No doubts about this spot. It's Lionel Messi without any question.
Manchester City has no starting traditional centre forwad at the moment. Kylian Mbappé is the very easy pick here to complete an all-PSG forwardline.
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