Emery hints at PSG penalty rotation for Neymar and Cavani

Emery hints at PSG penalty rotation for Neymar and Cavani

Emery hints at PSG penalty rotation for Neymar and Cavani

Five years ago, playing Bayern Munich at home would have been a season highlight for most of Paris Saint-Germain's squad.

But it seems not everyone at PSG was happy about Neymar joining the club.

"The player who leads this group of indignados is Edinson Cavani".

The Group B game is on Wednesday September 27 at PSG's Parc des Princes stadium, with kick-off at 7.45pm. This is game between two of the best sides in Europe at the moment and as a result I am expecting this to be an incredible match.

Cavani and Neymar clashed on the pitch recently over who was going to take a penalty in their 2-0 win over Lyon earlier this month.

Monday reports told that after the incident between Neymar and Cavani PSG chiefs tried to pay off Edinson with €1m.

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Everton's disappointing start to the new campaign has seen them win just two of their opening six league fixtures and they have struggled to replace the goals of the departed Romelu Lukaku, with Wayne Rooney and forgotten man Oumar Niasse responsible for the Toffees' four strikes.

"We need to send out a signal to ourselves", said PSG midfielder Marco Verratti on Tuesday when asked of the significance of the game, the first meeting of the sides in 17 years. "There will be, from now, the first shooter and the second one". To add to it, the fans of the club are now anxious more than ever, as a latest Instagram post by Kylian Mbappe has revealed something they would not like to see.

The 25-year-old has looked the part for PSG since making his debut against Guingamp, and played a starring role in their 5-0 thrashing of Celtic in the Champions League.

Austin Okocha, former Super Eagles skipper, says he is jealous of the current set of players. We were champions, we reached the Champions League quarterfinals and only went out on away goals.

At this wage, it may well take a few penalty kicks from time to time. "He offers versatility. He can help us by starting or by coming on".

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