Olympique Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette has hinted that he could leave Les Gones in the summer. In an interview, Lacazette said that the summer would be ideal for a “change of scenery” and to “discover something else”
Lacazette’s OL contract is till 2019 but that has not stopped the 25 year old from being linked to Barca, where his former teammate Samuel Umtiti now plays, and Arsenal, amongst others clubs.
Lyon have struggled this season and are 13 points behind leaders Nice and ten behind third place Nice. They lost 2-0 to Saint-Etienne over the weekend and have lost four of their last five games in all competitions.
Great result for Paris Saint-Germain in London after Alex Iwobi’s own goal gave them a 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. The result means that PSG, who have a better head to head record with the Gunners, are now favourites to top the group, with a game agaist Ludogorets their last one in the group stages (Arsenal are away at Basel) Continue reading
Paris Saint-Germain would see their Champions League opener as a lost opportunity for three points, rather than being happy at the single point they gained in front of of their fans at Parc des Princes. Edinson Cavani opened the scoring in the first minute but the Uruguayan wasted several other chances and what should have been a convincing PSG win ended up as a 1-1 draw thanks to Alexis Sanchez’s 77th minute equaliser Continue reading
French champions Paris Saint-Germain have been drawn alongside Arsenal, Basel and Ludogorets in their Champions League group. It appears to be pretty straight forward for Paris, who should be expected to top the group. Arsenal have the potential to the top of the group, but they also face a potential banana skin in the form of FC Basel, a fixture that will see the Xhaka brothers square off against each other Continue reading
Here is a page that tracks attendance for all major league (Ligue 1 + Champions League + Domestic Cups) clashes at Parc des Princes for the 2016/2017 season Continue reading
Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila is one of the most sought after players this summer with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool all chasing the young Frenchman.
Despite all this interest, he has decided to sign a contract extension that runs until 2015. Rennes have had an impressive season and will not want to lose their prize assets this summer, the contract extension on M’Vila will help them to price some clubs out of the market.
M’Vila originally had a deal at Rennes until 2014 but has decided to add another year to his contract in a move that has allowed the club to protect his market value for when they eventually cash in on him.