If it has regularly crushed Ligue 1 since the start of its Qatari era in 2011, Paris Saint-Germain has however lost interest in recent times in the breeding ground present in France. Between Kylian Mbappé in 2017 and Hugo Ekitike, a very recent signing, five years have passed without the leaders of the capital club betting on talents that are regularly crossed in the league. If it is never too late to make up for lost time, PSG can still bite their fingers for having let slip talented players like Eduardo Camavinga and Aurélien Tchouaméni.

Is made in France scary at Paris Saint-Germain? If Ligue 1 is often struggling on the European scene, its young nuggets are exported wonderfully. From Germany to England via Italy, everyone loves the talents of our championship. Everybody ? A large Gallic village wanted to do otherwise, with the consequences we know. In its ivory tower, perhaps too busy releasing five shirts per season, PSG has turned a blind eye to this potential for too long.

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In this perspective, the Parisian management has announced that it wants to clean up this summer: “Today, we must above all be realistic, we no longer want flashy, bling-bling, it’s the end of glitter. We have done great things for eleven years, but each year, we have to ask ourselves how to progress, how to be better. From words to deeds, the appointment of Luis Campos as the new sports adviser seems to fit well with the announced revolution. The Portuguese recruiter indeed unearths talents in the making more than stars already confirmed. The arrival of Ekitike goes in this direction.