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Arkistointia Paris Saint-Germainin ajasta qatarilaisomistuksessa.

 

Qatar Investment Authority ("QIA") osti hallitsevan 70 prosentin osan Paris Saint-Germainista vuonna 2011. QIA omisti siis virallisesti enemmistön osakkeista ja Nasser Al-Khelaïfi julkaisi viiden vuoden suunnitelman nostaa PSG jalkapallon huipulle Ranskassa sekä Euroopassa. ("PSG has an enormous potential - they are the only big football club in a city of 12 million inhabitants! That's unique in Europe. Our aim is to qualify for the Champions League every year as of 2012. Then, from 2015, we want to play a major role in the French league. We don't want to sign Lionel Messi, but we want to invest in the big stars of tomorrow from all over the world, including France.") Al-Khelaïfista tuli myös PSG:n ensimmäinen ei-ranskalainen seuran puheenjohtaja lokakuussa 2011. Samalla Al-Khelaïfi toi tuolloin seuraan urheilutoimenjohtajaksi legendaarisen Leonardo Araújon.

 

Uusi aika oli alkanut ja ensimmäisenä oli jo lähellä Alexandre Paton ja Carlos Tévezin hankinnat Pariisiin, jotka kuitenkin lopulta epäonnistuivat. Al-Khelaïfin suunnitelmiin kuului pokaalittoman kauden päättäminen jo kautena 2011-2012, mutta PSG epäonnistui - €96.8 miljoonan pelaajahankinnoista huolimatta - niin Eurooppa-liigassa, Coupe de Francessa, Coupe de la Liguessa kuin myös Ligue 1:ssa nostamaan ainuttakaan pokaalia. Montpellier HSC veti pidemmän korren, mutta yksi tärkeä pykälä oltiin saavutettu - paluu Mestareiden Liigaan.

 

Kaudella 2012-2013 PSG onnistui voittamaan Ligue 1-mestaruuden sekä saavuttamaan myös paikan puolivälierissä Mestareiden Liigassa kunnes seura putosi FC Barcelonalle vierasmaalierolla. Tähän menestykseen suurin syy oli seuraan tuotu Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

 

Kaudella 2013-2014 PSG aloitti voittamalla Trophée des Championsin, jonka jälkeen pokaali nousi vielä Coupe de la Liguen merkeissä sekä Ligue 1-mestaruudella. Mestareiden Liigassa kohtalo oli sama kuin edeltävänä kautena, kun Chelsea oli puolivälierissä parempi vierasmaalisäännöllä.

 

 

Alapuolella Al-Khelaïfin aikana tehdyt pelaajahankinnat kalleimmasta halvimpaan (ilmaissiirtoja ei mukana):

 

1. Edinson Cavani (€64,5m from Napoli) – joined in 2013

2. Ángel Di María (€63m from Manchester Utd) – joined in 2015

3. David Luiz (€49,5m from Chelsea) – joined in 2014

4. Javier Pastore (€42m from Palermo) – joined in 2011

5. Thiago Silva (€42m from Milan) – joined in 2012

6. Lucas (€40m from São Paulo) – joined in 2013

7. Marquinhos (€31,4m from Roma) – joined in 2013

8. Ezequiel Lavezzi (€28,95m from Napoli) – joined in 2012

9. Yohan Cabaye (€25m from Newcastle Utd) – joined in 2014, left 2015 for Crystal Palace

10. Layvin Kurzawa (€25m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2015

11. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (€21m from Milan) – joined in 2012

12. Lucas Digne (€15m from LOSC Lille) – joined in 2013

13. Marco Verratti (€12m from Pescara) – joined in 2012

14. Thiago Motta (€11,5m from Inter) – joined in 2012

15. Kévin Gameiro (€11m from FC Lorient) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for Sevilla FC

16. Serge Aurier (€10m from Toulouse FC) – joined in 2015

17. Kevin Trapp (€9,5m from Eint. Frankfurt) – joined in 2015

18. Benjamin Stambouli (€8,6m from Spurs) – joined in 2015

19. Blaise Matuidi (€8m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2011

20. Jérémy Ménez (€8m from Roma) – joined in 2011, left 2014 for Milan

21. Mohamed Sissoko (€8m from Juventus) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for Levante UD 

22. Gregory van der Wiel (€6m from Ajax) – joined in 2012

23. Alex (€5m from Chelsea) – joined in 2012, left 2014 for Milan

24. Salvatore Sirigu (€3,9m from Palermo) – joined in 2011

25. Maxwell (€3,5m from FC Barcelona) – joined in 2012

26. Milan Bisevac (€3,2m from Valenciennes FC) – joined in 2011, left 2012 for Olym. Lyonnais

27. Diego Lugano (€3m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for West Brom

 

  • 2011-2012 kauden alussa Antoine Kombouaré korvataan päävalmentajan paikalta Carlo Ancelottilla. Ancelottista tuli samalla myös Ranskan jalkapallohistorian parhaiten palkattu päävalmentaja noin €6.5M vuosituloilla.
  • Nasser Al-Khelaïfi nousi seuran puheenjohtajaksi lokakuussa 2011 tullessaan ensimmäiseksi ei-ranskalaiseksi puheenjohtajaksi PSG:n seurahistoriassa.
  • Leonardosta tuli seuran urheilutoimenjohtaja 3 vuoden sopimuksella.
  • PSG:sta tuli ensimmäinen ranskalaisseura, joka on pystynyt käyttämään suurimman summan kaikista maailman seurajoukkueista yhden siirtoikkunan aikana sekä ensimmäinen ranskalaisseura, joka käyttänyt vähintään €100 miljoonaa yhdessä siirtoikkunassa.
  • PSG rikkoi Ligue 1:n siirtoennätyksen tuomalla argentiinalaistähden Javier Pastoren €42 miljoonan summalla Pariisiin. Tuo ohitti vuoden 2000 tehdyn €34,5 miljoonan siirtosumman, kun Nicolas Anelka palasi Real Madridista takaisin kasvattiseuraansa PSG:hen.
  • 2012-2013 kaudella PSG jatkoi tietään kohti Euroopan parhaimpien seurojen statusta, kun muun muassa maailmantähdet Zlatan Ibrahimovic ja Thiago Silva tuotiin Milanista yhteensä €63 miljoonalla. Lisäksi argentiinalaistähti Ezequiel Lavezzi siirtyi Pariisiin Napolista €28,95 miljoonalla.
  • PSG toi myös São Paulon superlupauksen Lucas Mouran Euroopan kentille €40 miljoonan siirtosummalla. Tällä haluttiin viestiä, että Pariisissa ollaan myös valmiita panostamaan tulevaisuuden tähtiin.
  • David Beckham tuli Pariisiin talven siirtoikkunassa ja legenda myös päätti uransa Pariisissa kauden päätteeksi.
  • PSG voitti Ranskan mestaruuden sitten vuoden 1994.
  • 2013-2014 ranskalaislegenda Laurent Blanc tuli seuran päävalmentajaksi Carlo Ancelottin lähtiessä Real Madridiin.
  • Siirtoennätys rikkoutui jälleen, kun Edinson Cavani siirtyi huikealla €55 miljoonan siirtosummalla Napolista Pariisiin. Cavanista tuli tuolla summalla maailman kuudenneksi kallein pelaaja.
  • PSG voitti Ranskan mestaruuden toisen kerran peräkkäin sekä lisäksi Trophée des Championsin ja Coupe de la Liguen.
  • 2014-2015 Ei tapahtunut seuran sisällä juuri muutoksia.
  • Siirtoennätys rikkoutui maailman kalleimmasta puolustajasta, kun David Luiz siirtyi Chelseasta Pariisiin €49,5 miljoonalla.
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Kokosin ajankulukseni tällaisen listan ja päivitin myös ketjun avausviestin.

 

Tässä siis PSG:n kaikkien aikojen kalleimmat pelaajahankinnat ja kuinka nykyiset pelaajat sijoittuvat listalle:

 

1. Edinson Cavani (€64,5m from Napoli) – joined in 2013

2. Ángel Di María (€63m from Manchester Utd) – joined in 2015

3. David Luiz (€49,5m from Chelsea) – joined in 2014

4. Javier Pastore (€42m from Palermo) – joined in 2011

5. Thiago Silva (€42m from Milan) – joined in 2012

6. Lucas (€40m from São Paulo) – joined in 2013

7. Nicolas Anelka (€34,5m from Real Madrid) – joined in 2000, left 2002 for Manchester City

8. Marquinhos (€31,4m from Roma) – joined in 2013

9. Ezequiel Lavezzi (€28,95m from Napoli) – joined in 2012

10. Yohan Cabaye (€25m from Newcastle Utd) – joined in 2014, left 2015 for Crystal Palace

11. Layvin Kurzawa (€25m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2015

12. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (€21m from Milan) – joined in 2012

13. Lucas Digne (€15m from LOSC Lille) – joined in 2013

14. Jay-Jay Okocha (€12,4m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 1998, left 2002 for Bolton

15. Marco Verratti (€12m from Pescara) – joined in 2012

16. Thiago Motta (€11,5m from Inter) – joined in 2012

17. André Luiz (€11m from CD Tenerife) – joined in 2002, left 2004 for Fluminense

18. Pauleta (€11m from Giron. Bordeaux) – joined in 2003, left 2008 for retirement

19. Kévin Gameiro (€11m from FC Lorient) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for Sevilla FC 

20. Stéphane Dalmat (€10,75m from Olym. Marseille) – joined in 2000, left 2001 for Inter

21. Serge Aurier (€10m from Toulouse FC) – joined in 2015

22. Reinaldo (€10m from Flamengo) – joined in 2003, left 2005 for Kashiwa Reysol

23. Jérôme Rothen (€10m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2004, left 2010 for SC Bastia

24. Mario Yepes (€10m from FC Nantes) – joined in 2004, left 2008 for Chievo Verona

25. Hugo Leal (€9,5m from Atlético Madrid) – joined in 2001, left 2004 for FC Porto

26. Kevin Trapp (€9,5m from Eint. Frankfurt) – joined in 2015

27. Benjamin Stambouli (€8,6m from Spurs) – joined in 2015

28. Mevlüt Erdinç (€8,5m from FC Sochaux) – joined in 2009, left 2012 for Stade Rennais

29. Bonaventura Kalou (€8,5m from AJ Auxerre) – joined in 2005, left 2007 for RC Lens

30. Blaise Matuidi (€8m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2011

31. Jérémy Ménez (€8m from Roma) – joined in 2011, left 2014 for Milan

32. Stéphane Sessègnon (€8m from Le Mans) – joined in 2008, left 2011 for Sunderland

33. Mohamed Sissoko (€8m from Juventus) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for Levante UD 

34. Florian Maurice (€7m from Olym. Lyonnais) – joined in 1997, left 1998 for Olym. Marseille

35. George Weah (€6,5m from AS Monaco) – joined in 1992, left 1995 for Milan

36. Branko Boskovic (€6m from Red Star Belgrade) – joined in 2003, left 2006 for FK Rad Belgrade

37. Zoumana Camara (€6m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2007, left 2015 for retirement

38. Gregory van der Wiel (€6m from Ajax) – joined in 2012

39. Didier Domi (€5,58m from Newcastle Utd) – joined in 2001, left 2003 for Leeds United

40. Ronaldinho (€5,1m from Grêmio) – joined in 2001, left 2003 for FC Barcelona

41. Alex (€5m from Chelsea) – joined in 2012, left 2014 for Milan

42. Sylvain Armand (€5m from FC Nantes) – joined in 2004, left 2013 for Stade Rennais

43. Pierre-Alain Frau (€5m from Olym. Lyonnais) – joined 2006, left 2008 for LOSC Lille

44. Nenê (€5m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2010, left 2013 for Al Gharafa

45. Raí (€5m from São Paulo) – joined in 1993, left 1998 for São Paulo

46. Péguy Luyindula (€4m from Olym. Marseille) – joined in 2007, left 2012 for NY Red Bulls

47. Souza (€4m from São Paulo) – joined in 2008, left 2009 for Grêmio

48. Salvatore Sirigu (€3,9m from Palermo) – joined in 2011

49. Mateja Kezman (€3,7m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 2009, left 2011 for South China AA

50. Grégory Bourillon (€3,5m from Stade Rennais) – joined in 2007, left 2010 for FC Lorient

51. Gabriel Heinze (€3,5m from Real Valladolid) – joined in 2001, left 2004 for Manchester Utd

52. Maxwell (€3,5m from FC Barcelona) – joined in 2012

53. Frédéric Dehu (€3,4m from FC Barcelona) – joined in 2000, left 2004 for Olym. Marseille

54. Danijel Ljuboja (€3,3m from RC Strasbourg) – joined in 2004, left 2006 for VfB Stuttgart

55. Milan Bisevac (€3,2m from Valenciennes FC) – joined in 2011, left 2012 for Olym. Lyonnais

56. Vikash Dhorasoo (€3,2m from Milan) – joined in 2005, left 2006 for Livorno

57. Ali Benarbia (€3,07m from Giron. Bourdeaux) – joined in 1999, left 2002 for Manchester City

58. Amara Diané (€3m from RC Strasbroug) – joined in 2006, left 2008 for Al Rayyan

59. Diego Lugano (€3m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for West Brom

60. Modeste M'Bami (€3m from CS Sedan) – joined in 2003, left 2006 for Olym. Marseille

61. Fabrice Pancrate (€3m from Le Mans) joined in 2005, left 2009 for Newcastle Utd

62. David Rozehnal (€3m from Club Brugge) – joined in 2005, left 2007 for Newcastle Utd

63. Bernard Mendy (€2,7m from SM Caen) – joined in 2000, left 2008 for Hull City

64. Mathieu Bodmer (€2,5m from Olym. Lyonnais) – joined in 2010, left 2013 for OGC Nice

65. Didier Digard (€2,5m from Le Havre) – joined in 2007, left 2008 for Middlesbrough

66. Ludovic Giuly (€2,5m from Roma) – joined in 2008, left 2011 for AS Monaco

67. Christophe Jallet (€2,5m from FC Lorient) – joined in 2009, left 2014 for Olym. Lyonnais

68. Sergey Semak (€2,5m from CSKA Moscow) – joined in 2005, left 2006 for FC Moscow

69. Adaílton (€2m from Parma) – joined in 1998, left 1999 for Hellas Verona

70. Ceará (€2m from Internacional) – joined in 2007, left 2012 for Cruzeiro

71. Jérémy Clément (€2m from Rangers) – joined in 2007, left 2011 for AS Saint-Étienne

72. Everton (€2m from Corinthians) – joined in 2008, left 2012 for Seongnam FC

73. Christophe Revault (€2m from Le Havre) – joined in 1997, left 1998 for Stade Rennais

74. Hakan Yakin (€1,6m from FC Basel) – joined in 2003, left 2003 for FC Basel

75. Didier Martel (€1,58m from Châteauroux) – joined in 1998, left 1998 for FC Utrecht

76. Siaka Tiéné (€1,5m from Valenciennes FC) – joined in 2010, left 2013 for Montpellier HSC

77. Sammy Traoré (€1,5m from OGC Nice) – joined in 2006, left 2011 for retirement

78. Laurent Leroy (€1,2m from AS Cannes) – joined in 1998, left 2003 for Neuchâtel Xamax

79. Albert Baning (€1m from FC Aarau) – joined in 2006, left 2010 for Maccabi Tel Aviv

80. Aloisio Chulapa (€1m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joned in 2001, left 2003 for Rubin Kazan

81. Marco Simone (€1m from Milan) – joined in 1997, left 1999 for AS Monaco

82. Filipe Teixeira (€1m from FC Istres) – joined in 2002, left 2005 for Académica

83. Grégory Coupet (€0,8m from Atlético Madrid) – joined in 2009, left 2011 for retirement

84. Paulo César (€0,75m from Fluminense) – joined in 2002, left 2007 for Toulouse FC

85. Alex Dias (€0,5m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2001, left 2002 for AS Saint-Étienne

86. Guillaume Hoarau (€0,5m from Le Havre) – joined in 2008, left 2013 for Dalian Aerbin

87. Cristian Rodríguez (€0,5m from CA Peñarol) – joined in 2005, left 2007 for SL Benfica

 

 

Tajusin juuri, että Blaise Matuidi on ollut Pariisissa ensi kesänä jo 5 vuotta. Siinä ajassa on pelannut 220 ottelua, joka nostaa Matuidin 3. eniten otteluita pelanneeksi pelaajaksi seuran historiassa. Uskomatonta jotenkin ajatella, kun tuntuu, että vasta eilen sai olla hymy huulilla pelaajan siirtyessä AS Saint-Étiennesta seuraan €8 miljoonan siirtosummalla.

 

Muun muassa legendaarinen Pauleta pelasi Pariisissa vain 183 ottelua.

 

PSG:n historian 10 eniten otteluita ovat pelanneet:

 

1. Sylvain Armand (330 app.) – Stade Rennais

2. Clément Chantôme (235 app.) – Giron. Bordeaux

3. Blaise Matuidi (220 app.) – PSG

4. Zoumana Camara (216 app.) – retired

5. Édouard Cissé (214 app.) – retired

6. Bernard Mendy (212 app.) – Chennaiyin FC

7. Christophe Jallet (198 app.) – Olym. Lyonnais

8. Mamadou Sakho (197 app.) – Liverpool

9. Javier Pastore (197 app.) – PSG

10. Ceará (188 app.) – Coritiba

 

Nykyisistä pelaajista puolestaan listaus menee seuraavasti (suluissa sijoitus seurahistoriassa):

 

1. (3.) Blaise Matuidi (220 app.)

2. (9.) Javier Pastore (197 app.)

3. (13.) Salvatore Sirigu (182 app.)

4. (17.) Maxwell (160 app.)

5. (19.) Ezequiel Lavezzi (159 app.)

6. (20.) Zlatan Ibrahimovic (154 app.)

7. (21.) Marco Verratti (152 app.)

8. (22.) Thiago Silva (143 app.)

9. (23.) Thiago Motta (143 app.)

10. (24.) Lucas (142 app.)

 

Eniten maaleja seurahistoriassa ovat puolestaan tehneet:

 

1. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (125 goals; 0,81 goals/match; 104 min/goal) – PSG

2. Pauleta (83 goals; 0,45 goals/match; 173 min/goal) – retired

3. Edinson Cavani (69 goals; 0,57 goals/match; 138 min/goal) – PSG

4. Guillaume Hoarau (57 goals; 0,35 goals/match; 188 min/goal) – BSC Young Boys

5. Nenê (48 goals; 0,43 goals/match; 190 min/goal) – Vasco da Gama

6. Péguy Luyindula (37 goals; 0,21 goals/match; 290 min/goal) – retired

7. Javier Pastore (35 goals; 0,18 goals/match; 389 min/goal) – PSG

8. Ezequiel Lavezzi (34 goals; 0,21 goals/match; 267 min/goal) – PSG

9. Mevlüt Erdinç (30 goals; 0,27 goals/match; 232 min/goal) – EA Guingamp

10. Laurent Robert (27 goals; 0,38 goals/match; 203 min/goal) – retired

 

Ja eniten maalisyöttöjä taas:

 

1. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (51 assists) – PSG

2. Nenê (46 assists) – Vasco da Gama

3. Javier Pastore (42 assists) – PSG

4. Jérôme Rothen (36 assists) – retired

5. Jérémy Ménez (35 assists) – Milan

6. Lucas (33 assists) – PSG

7. Marco Verratti (27 assists) – PSG

8. Guillaume Hoarau (25 assists) – BSC Young Boys

9. Christophe Jallet (23 assists) – Olym. Lyonnais

10. Ezequiel Lavezzi (23 assists) – PSG

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Päivitetäänpä listaa ajankuluksi, eli siis PSG:n kaikkien aikojen kalleimmat pelaajahankinnat ja kuinka nykyiset pelaajat sijoittuvat listalle:

 

1–10.

1. Edinson Cavani (€64,5m from Napoli) – joined in 2013

2. Ángel Di María (€63m from Manchester Utd) – joined in 2015

3. David Luiz (€49,5m from Chelsea) – joined in 2014, left 2016 for Chelsea

4. Thiago Silva (€42m from Milan) – joined in 2012

5. Javier Pastore (€42m from Palermo) – joined in 2011

6. Lucas (€40m from São Paulo) – joined in 2013

7. Nicolas Anelka (€34,5m from Real Madrid) – joined in 2000, left 2002 for Manchester City

8. Grzegorz Krychowiak (€33,6m from Sevilla FC) – joined in 2016

9. Marquinhos (€31,4m from Roma) – joined in 2013

10. Ezequiel Lavezzi (€28,95m from Napoli) – joined in 2012, left 2016 for Hebei China Fortune

 

11–20.
11. Jesé (€25m from Real Madrid)
 – joined in 2016

12. Layvin Kurzawa (€25m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2015

13. Yohan Cabaye (€25m from Newcastle Utd) – joined in 2014, left 2015 for Crystal Palace

14. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (€21m from Milan) – joined in 2012, left 2016 for Manchester Utd

15. Lucas Digne (€15m from LOSC Lille) – joined in 2013, left 2016 for FC Barcelona

16. Jay-Jay Okocha (€12,4m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 1998, left 2002 for Bolton

17. Marco Verratti (€12m from Pescara) – joined in 2012

18. Thiago Motta (€11,5m from Inter) – joined in 2012

19. Kévin Gameiro (€11m from FC Lorient) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for Sevilla FC 

20. Pauleta (€11m from Giron. Bordeaux) – joined in 2003, left 2008 for retirement

 

21–30.

21. André Luiz (€11m from CD Tenerife) – joined in 2002, left 2004 for Fluminense

22. Stéphane Dalmat (€10,75m from Olym. Marseille) – joined in 2000, left 2001 for Inter

23. Giovani Lo Celso (€10m from Rosario Central) – joined in 2016

24. Serge Aurier (€10m from Toulouse FC) – joined in 2015

25. Jérôme Rothen (€10m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2004, left 2010 for SC Bastia
26. Mario Yepes (€10m from FC Nantes) – joined in 2004, left 2008 for Chievo Verona

27. Reinaldo (€10m from Flamengo) – joined in 2003, left 2005 for Kashiwa Reysol

28. Kevin Trapp (€9,5m from Eint. Frankfurt) – joined in 2015

29. Hugo Leal (€9,5m from Atlético Madrid) – joined in 2001, left 2004 for FC Porto

30. Benjamin Stambouli (€8,6m from Spurs) – joined in 2015, left 2016 for FC Schalke 04

 

31–40.

31. Mevlüt Erdinç (€8,5m from FC Sochaux) – joined in 2009, left 2012 for Stade Rennais

32. Bonaventura Kalou (€8,5m from AJ Auxerre) – joined in 2005, left 2007 for RC Lens

33. Blaise Matuidi (€8m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2011

34. Jérémy Ménez (€8m from Roma) – joined in 2011, left 2014 for Milan

35. Mohamed Sissoko (€8m from Juventus) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for Levante UD

36. Stéphane Sessègnon (€8m from Le Mans) – joined in 2008, left 2011 for Sunderland

37. Thomas Meunier (€7m from Club Brugge) – joined in 2016

38. Florian Maurice (€7m from Olym. Lyonnais) – joined in 1997, left 1998 for Olym. Marseille

39. George Weah (€6,5m from AS Monaco) – joined in 1992, left 1995 for Milan

40. Gregory van der Wiel (€6m from Ajax) – joined in 2012, left 2016 for Fenerbahçe

 

41–50.

41. Zoumana Camara (€6m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2007, left 2015 for retirement

42. Branko Boskovic (€6m from Red Star Belgrade) – joined in 2003, left 2006 for Red Star

43. Frédéric Dehu (€6m from FC Barcelona) – joined in 2000, left 2004 for Olym. Marseille

44. Didier Domi (€5,58m from Newcastle Utd) – joined in 2001, left 2003 for Leeds United

45. Ronaldinho (€5,1m from Grêmio) – joined in 2001, left 2003 for FC Barcelona

46. Alex (€5m from Chelsea) – joined in 2012, left 2014 for Milan

47. Nenê (€5m from AS Monaco) – joined in 2010, left 2013 for Al Gharafa
48. Pierre-Alain Frau (€5m from Olym. Lyonnais) – joined 2006, left 2008 for LOSC Lille

49. Sylvain Armand (€5m from FC Nantes) – joined in 2004, left 2013 for Stade Rennais

50. Raí (€5m from São Paulo) – joined in 1993, left 1998 for São Paulo

 

51–60.
51. Souza (€4m from São Paulo) 
– joined in 2008, left 2009 for Grêmio

52. Péguy Luyindula (€4m from Olym. Marseille) – joined in 2007, left 2012 for NY Red Bulls

53. Salvatore Sirigu (€3,9m from Palermo) – joined in 2011

54. Mateja Kezman (€3,7m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 2009, left 2011 for South China AA

55. Maxwell (€3,5m from FC Barcelona) – joined in 2012

56. Grégory Bourillon (€3,5m from Stade Rennais) – joined in 2007, left 2010 for FC Lorient

57. Gabriel Heinze (€3,5m from Real Valladolid) – joined in 2001, left 2004 for Manchester Utd

58. Danijel Ljuboja (€3,3m from RC Strasbourg) – joined in 2004, left 2006 for VfB Stuttgart

59. Milan Bisevac (€3,2m from Valenciennes FC) – joined in 2011, left 2012 for Olym. Lyonnais

60. Vikash Dhorasoo (€3,2m from Milan) – joined in 2005, left 2006 for Livorno

 

61–70.

61. Ali Benarbia (€3,07m from Giron. Bourdeaux) – joined in 1999, left 2002 for Manchester City

62. Diego Lugano (€3m from Fenerbahçe) – joined in 2011, left 2013 for West Brom

63. Amara Diané (€3m from RC Strasbroug) – joined in 2006, left 2008 for Al Rayyan

64. Fabrice Pancrate (€3m from Le Mans) – joined in 2005, left 2009 for Newcastle Utd

65. David Rozehnal (€3m from Club Brugge) – joined in 2005, left 2007 for Newcastle Utd

66. Modeste M'Bami (€3m from CS Sedan) – joined in 2003, left 2006 for Olym. Marseille

67. Bernard Mendy (€2,7m from SM Caen) – joined in 2000, left 2008 for Hull City

68. Mathieu Bodmer (€2,5m from Olym. Lyonnais) – joined in 2010, left 2013 for OGC Nice

69. Christophe Jallet (€2,5m from FC Lorient) – joined in 2009, left 2014 for Olym. Lyonnais
70. Ludovic Giuly (€2,5m from Roma) – joined in 2008, left 2011 for AS Monaco

 

71–80.

71. Didier Digard (€2,5m from Le Havre) – joined in 2007, left 2008 for Middlesbrough

72. Sergey Semak (€2,5m from CSKA Moscow) – joined in 2005, left 2006 for FC Moscow

73. Everton (€2m from Corinthians) – joined in 2008, left 2012 for Seongnam FC

74. Ceará (€2m from Internacional) – joined in 2007, left 2012 for Cruzeiro

75. Jérémy Clément (€2m from Rangers) – joined in 2007, left 2011 for AS Saint-Étienne

76. Adaílton (€2m from Parma) – joined in 1998, left 1999 for Hellas Verona

77. Christophe Revault (€2m from Le Havre) – joined in 1997, left 1998 for Stade Rennais

78. Hakan Yakin (€1,6m from FC Basel) – joined in 2003, left 2003 for FC Basel

79. Didier Martel (€1,58m from Châteauroux) – joined in 1998, left 1998 for FC Utrecht

80. Siaka Tiéné (€1,5m from Valenciennes FC) – joined in 2010, left 2013 for Montpellier HSC

 

81–90.

81. Sammy Traoré (€1,5m from OGC Nice) – joined in 2006, left 2011 for retirement

82. Albert Baning (€1m from FC Aarau) – joined in 2006, left 2010 for Maccabi Tel Aviv

83. Laurent Leroy (€1,2m from AS Cannes) – joined in 1998, left 2003 for Neuchâtel Xamax

84. Filipe Teixeira (€1m from FC Istres) – joined in 2002, left 2005 for Académica

85. Aloisio Chulapa (€1m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joned in 2001, left 2003 for Rubin Kazan

86. Marco Simone (€1m from Milan) – joined in 1997, left 1999 for AS Monaco

87. Grégory Coupet (€0,8m from Atlético Madrid) – joined in 2009, left 2011 for retirement

88. Paulo César (€0,75m from Fluminense) – joined in 2002, left 2007 for Toulouse FC

89. Guillaume Hoarau (€0,5m from Le Havre) – joined in 2008, left 2013 for Dalian Aerbin

90. Cristian Rodríguez (€0,5m from CA Peñarol) – joined in 2005, left 2007 for SL Benfica

 

91–100.

91. Alex Dias (€0,5m from AS Saint-Étienne) – joined in 2001, left 2002 for AS Saint-Étienne

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Paris Saint-Germain – The Most Appearances (min. 100)

 

1–10.

1. Sylvain Armand: 362 (Stade Rennais)

2. Blaise Matuidi: 260 (Paris)

3. Clément Chantôme: 241 (Stade Rennais)

4. Édouard Cissé: 224 (retired)

5. Bernardy Mendy: 221 (Chennaiyin FC)

6. Zoumana Camara: 220 (retired)

7. Javier Pastore: 216 (Paris)

8. Mamadou Sakho: 199 (Liverpool)

9. Christophe Jallet: 198 (OL-Lyon)

10. Maxwell: 193 (Paris)

 

11–20.

11. Ceará: 193 (Internacional)

12. Lucas: 191 (Paris)

13. Salvatore Sirigu: 190 (Paris)

14. Jérémy Clément: 189 (ASSE)

15. Thiago Motta: 180 (Paris)

16. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 180 (Manchester Utd)

17. Thiago Silva: 178 (Paris)

18. Lionel Létizi: 176 (retired)

19. Péguy Luyindula: 176 (retired)

20. Marco Verratti: 175 (Paris)

 

21–30.

21. Jérôme Rothern: 169 (retired)

22. Edinson Cavani: 167 (Paris)

23. Ezequiel Lavezzi: 161 (Hebei China Fortune)

24. Guillaume Hoarau: 161 (BSC Young Boys)

25. Jimmy Algérino: 152 (retired)

26. Jérôme Leroy: 149 (retired)

27. Mickaël Landreau: 145 (retired)

28. Frédéric Dehu: 142 (retired)

29. Bernard Lama: 136 (retired)

30. Marquinhos: 133 (Paris)

 

31–40.

31. Adrien Rabiot: 132 (Paris)

32. Gregory van der Wiel: 132 (Fenerbahçe)

33. Mario Yepes: 131 (retired)

34. Ludovic Giuly: 125 (Monts d'Or Azergues Foot)

35. Fabrice Pancrate: 124 (retired)

36. Claude Makélélé: 118 (retired)

37. Pierre Ducrocq: 115 (retired)

38. Éric Rabésandratana: 115 (retired)

39. Gabriel Heinze: 112 (retired)

40. Nenê: 112 (Vasco da Gama)

 

41–50.

41. Paul Le Guen: 111 (retired)

42. Jérémy Ménez: 110 (Girondins de Bx)

43. Mevlüt Erdinç: 110 (FC Metz)

44. Stéphane Sessègnon: 105 (Montpellier HSC)

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Paris Saint-Germain – The Most Goals

 

1–10.

1. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 156 (Manchester Utd)

2. Edinson Cavani: 100 (Paris)

3. Pauleta: 93 (retired)

4. Guillaume Hoarau: 57 (BSC Young Boys)

5. Nenê: 48 (Vasco da Gama)

6. Javier Pastore: 38 (Paris)

7. Péguy Luyindula: 37 (retired)

8. Ezequiel Lavezzi: 35 (retired)

9. Lucas: 33 (Paris)

10. Mevlüt Erdinç: 30 (FC Metz)

 

11–20.

11. Blaïse Matuidi: 28 (Paris)

12. Raí: 27 (retired)

13. Laurent Robert: 27 (retired)

14. Marco Simone: 26 (retired)

15. Christian: 25 (retired)

16. Patrice Loko: 24 (retired)

17. Kévin Gameiro: 23 (Atlético Madrid)

18. Ronaldinho: 22 (free agent)

19. Ludovic Giuly: 19 (Monts d'Or Azergues Foot)

20. Jérémy Ménez: 19 (Girondins de Bx)

 

 

Paris Saint–Germain – The Most Assists

 

1–10.

1. Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 61 (Manhcester Utd)

2. Javier Pastore: 48 (Paris)

3. Nenê: 46 (Vasco da Gama)

4. Lucas: 40 (Paris)

5. Jérôme Rothen: 36 (retired)

6. Jérémy Ménez: 35 (Girondinds de Bx)

7. Ángel Di María: 32 (Paris)

8. Marco Verratti: 29 (Paris)

9. Blaïse Matuidi: 25 (Paris)

10. Guillaume Hoarau: 25 (BSC Young Boys)

 

11–20.

11. Ezequiel Lavezzi: 24 (Hebei China Fortune)

12. Christophe Jallet: 23 (OL-Lyon)

13. Gregory van der Wiel: 22 (Fenerbahçe)

14. Maxwell: 21 (Paris)

15. Ludovic Giuly: 20 (Monts d'Or Azergues Foot)

16. Stéphane Sessègnon: 18 (Montpellier HSC)

17. Péguy Luyindula: 17 (retired)

18. Clément Chantôme: 16 (Stade Rennais)

19. Edinson Cavani: 16 (Paris)

20. Thiago Motta: 15 (Paris)

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