Keane: PSG 'unlucky' with Champions League exit

Keane: PSG 'unlucky' with Champions League exit

"PSG disappeared without leaving a trace", the paper wrote in a column.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane claimed that his side's victory over PSG signalled that his team had turned a corner, and that they were now ready to put their rocky form behind them and push on to challenge for the Champions League title.

Real Madrid ran out 5-2 aggregate winners over the French giants in a comfortable tie for the European champions.

The early exit of Paris St Germain ( PSG ) from the UEFA Champions League again showed the club's inability to deliver on the biggest stage in spite of their expensively-assembled team. Meanwhile, Chelsea's loss to Manchester City paved two roads to the same destination. Besides, who wouldn't want to manage a front three of Cavani, Mbappe and Neymar, who have contributed 77 goals and 32 assists for PSG this season, across all competitions.

Al-Khelaifi, however, is convinced the club's method is the right one.

If Conte were to indeed leave for the French capital, it would be contrary to what he has been saying all season, which is, that he'd like to honour his contract and stay at Chelsea for at least one and a half season more. Similarly, Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea in 2003 but it wasn't until 2012 when Chelsea finally tasted Champions League glory. "The people within that project could change, but the project itself is sound".

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The report states that the Ligue 1 leaders held talks with Conte's brother Gianluca.

There also could be issues over his longevity and relationship with the club's prized asset, Neymar.

"I will pass this on to my players". Pochettino is said to have already confided his dream to coach PSG, where he spent a couple of years as a player from 2001 to 2003.

Determining which of the league's across Europe is the most competitive is a highly subjective topic.

Do PSG throw another bucket-load of cash at it and hope it moulds together?