The star-studded French giants will be hoping to continue their winning streak when they travel to Celtic Park on Tuesday
PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN’s squad look all smiles as they train ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League group stage match against Celtic.
Unai Emery’s squad, which cost around £590million to assemble, will fly to Scotland brimming with a confidence following a string of Ligue 1 victories.
The star-studded squad look relaxed while training at the Camp des Loges in France on Monday.
PSG have won their first five Ligue 1 matches after forking out fortunes during this summer’s transfer window.
Emery has an abundance of attackers at his disposal ahead of the trip to Celtic Park – including Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, Lucas Moura, Javier Pastore and Julian Draxler.
Former Real Madrid ace Angel di Maria remains unavailable for selection after picking up an injury whilst on international duty.
New boys Mbappe and Neymar have hit the ground running at Park des Princes, with the £364million partnership appearing to enjoy each others company – both on and off the field.
Neymar was part of the Barcelona squad that terrorised Celtic in the humiliating 7-0 victory in last term’s Champions League prior to his £196million switch to France.
The Brazilian striker stated his determination to win the Champions League after moving to the French outfit.
He said: “One of my biggest reasons for joining PSG was to help the club write history.
“The Champions League is not the only trophy we want to win – but it is a very important trophy.
“The aim this season is to try and win it – that is the level the club are now at. I do believe we are capable of winning the tournament.”
Brendan Rodgers‘ side have a tough task on their hands in the group of death, which includes the French giants and German champions Bayern Munich.
However, the Hoops boast an impressive history in the prolific competition at Celtic Park and are currently top of the Scottish Premiership standings.
Scott Sinclair has been in blistering form for the Hoops, tallying eight goals and three assists already this term.
Celtic have defeated a number of Europe’s biggest clubs in the Champions League before – including Juventus, Manchester United, AC Milan, Barcelona, Ajax, Porto, Basel and Benfica.
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