Paris Saint-German has always been one of the most prominent French clubs, featuring some of the world's best players including Ronaldinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Ever since the Qatar Sports Investments in PSG in 2011, the club has made some marquee signings that put it on a level with some of the world's best clubs.
A tireless worker upfront, the Uruguayan center forward who joined PSG in 2013 at a French-league record €64 million, has notched 171 goals to date. A 4-time French champion, a 5-time French League Cup Winner and 6x Super Cup Winner, he's also won the French league for the last five consecutive years.
Coming off a World Cup title for France in 2018, the 19-year old has also helped win the French Cup and French League for his club side. PSG fans must be wondering if he'll stick around for years to come or move on prematurely to Nou Camp or the Bernabeu.
Although only his second season with the club after signing for a record £200,000,000 fee, the quick-footed Neymar has scored 34 goals for PSG. A French League, Cup, and French Champion, the Brazilian looks to add more silverware to his trophy case.
The Swedish center forward Zlatan Ibrahomic often recognized for his acrobatic goals, bagged 149 goals in his four years at PSG. Helping kickstart the club to world power, he helped the side win the league four times, the French League Cup 3 times, the French Cup twice, and the French Super Cup Winner 4 times.
Considered one of the best players to wear the PSG kit, Rai played five seasons as an attacking midfielder in Paris where he led the team to two league titles in addition to snagging the UEFA Cup Winner's Cup in the 1996 season.
The 5-year PSG star Pedro-Miguel Pauleta played 168 games for PSG whom prior to Ibrahimovic, led the club as the all-time scorer with 109 goals. The Portuguese international helped PSG attain 2 French Cups and a French League Cup Winner alongside his 2001 – 2003 consecutive Ligue 1 player of the year awards.
A solid defender, the Brazilian Thiago Silva has been a cornerstone of the team's revival with 5 French League titles, 4 French Cups, 5 French League Cups, and a 6-time French Super Cup winner.
The top scorer in Ligue 1's 1994-95 season, the Liberian international helped Paris win Ligue 1 and grab three other domestic trophies in just three seasons with the club.
The nine-year midfielder Safet Susic played nearly 300 games for the club, scoring 96 goals and dishing a club-record 61 assists. The Bosnian helped PSG win its first-ever League title League Cup and French Cup in his first year.
The Brazilian midfielder played four years for the club, winning four League titles. With his blistering pace and fancy footwork, he showed flashes of a Ronaldinho who'd arrive at PSG a decade later.