Paris Saint Germain are waxing stronger day by day and brushing aside any team that crosses its way in Europe and, with the exception of the uncommon event in Ligue 1. The Ligue 1 giants spent around the region of £360 million to bring star reinforcements to the French capital but there’s a shortcoming in their impeccable squad.
PSG‘s midfield is somewhat surprisingly the weakest link in the Parisian lineup, it sounds silly given that their midfield trio comprised of Adrien Rabiot, Marco Verratti, and Thiago Motta, three players that Europen top clubs would love to get their services.
In reality, every one of the three are struggling hard to achieve the high expectations set in the French capital. Verratti isn’t the player he used to be, which could be linked to summer transfer window speculated move to Camp Nou.
While, Motta is, basically getting old ( confirming he will retire toward the finish of the season) and Rabiot is still struggling to reach his peak.
Rabiot isn’t the midfield marshal PSG can solely depend on to ignite a spark of a classical pass in critical matches. In the event that Verratti and Motta are having an off period, Rabiot isn’t the sort of midfielder who will take the game by the scruff of the neck and win matches.
On the positive side, with an awesome attacking trio(MCN) Mbappe, Cavani, and Neymar that will dependably score tons of goals and a defensive line that doesn’t concede goals, the Les Parisiens will strike unimaginable fear into any team they come up against.