PSG Owner Offers Cavani €1M To Let Neymar Take Penalties

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Paris Saint-Germain have denied they offered Edinson Cavani a €1million incentive to allow Neymar to take penalties for the club.

Should the visitors commit a foul inside the area, all eyes will be on PSG's expensively assembled strikeforce - old and new - to try to glean the outcome of Emery's decision. "I have good memories coming back", said the Italian, whose side beat Anderlecht 3-0 last time out but have come in for criticism for their performances recently.

Barcelona's MSN of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar was up there before the Brazilian's move to Paris, but he's now part of another fear-inspiring front three, alongside Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe.

"You know that each time you get the ball to them it can result in a scoring chance".

PSG have aspired to challenge meaningfully for UEFA's elite club competition each season since the Qatar Investment Authority's takeover of the club in 2011. "I told them how things should happen".

"It's a big team, with a great history", Emery said ahead of the huge European clash.

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"If people talk about PSG a lot, it's because this is one of the best teams in Europe, and in the world", the former Sevilla coach said Tuesday.

"They are among the candidates to win the Champions League". We have more serious sporting enemies.

PSG are a team now full of superstars, and as some of their players might be figuring out, that might spell trouble for a few egos out there. However, with the large sums of money Madrid and Chelsea can throw around, it's unlikely we'll see the Uruguayan donning that shade of blue again.

Julian Draxler has started to feature more in recent weeks than at the start of the season after working his way back to match fitness and despite reports that his days in Paris are numbered, Emery feels the Germany worldwide remains an important squad member. He began late on his return from the Confederations Cup.

"It is true that we didn t start at the top but it s only the beginning of the season".

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