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PSG have a plan to create their very own terrifying MSN next summer

The Parisiens signed both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in the summer but have identified another target

You’d think PSG’s attacking recruitment was done for the foreseeable future after Neymar and Kylian Mbappe’s arrivals in the summer.

Well you’d be wrong.


Oil money helped land Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in world-record deals

Introducing the most terrifying trio on the planet right now

Neymar and Mbappe have gone onto form the most terrifying front trio on the planet right now with Edinson Cavani, scoring and assisting 34 goals between them ALREADY this season.

But the French giants’ ambitious Qatari owners look set to delve into their deep pockets again for attacking reinforcements in the coming months.

That’s because they want Alexis Sanchez too.

Sanchez is playing out of his skin despite being linked with a move away

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Could Sanchez move to Paris next summer?

The Arsenal forward is a target for a number of Europe’s biggest clubs but, according to the Daily Express, PSG have a trick up their sleeves.

Sanchez’s Emirates contract expires in the summer and he has made it evidently clear he won’t be extending it, which means he’ll be able to open discussions with foreign clubs in January.

And the Ligue 1 club are ready to offer the Chilean a tidy £10m ‘welcome’ bonus if he agrees a deal with them in January.

So how do you fit Sanchez into that attack?

So how do you fit Sanchez into that attack?

PSG believe the extra incentive could prove the sweetener Sanchez needs to choose France over the likes of Manchester City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.

How they plan to fit all the star quality into one side is their dilemma, but should Sanchez replace Cavani PSG will boast their very own M (Mbappe) S (Sanchez) N (Neymar).

The MSN era is well and truly over

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The first MSN era is over, but will another one dawn?

PSG made a habit of toying with Barcelona all summer, so signing a former Catalans’ star and their very own acronym would be rubbing salt in the wounds.

That trio is enough to give any defender sleepless nights too.