The Neymar-Cavani saga: "Who do you think you are? Messi . ?"

Neymar missed Saturday's trip to Montpellier with a foot injury and Paris Saint-Germain were held 0-0.

PSG, which has been backed by the almost unlimited funds of Qatar Sports Investments since 2011, craves to be regarded as equals by Europe's biggest clubs.

It is also said that, as a effect, the French side have been threatened with expulsion from the Champions League for a number of years if they are found not to be in line with Financial Fair Play regulations, having already been sanctioned for a breach in the past.

Since then, it has been widely reported that Unai Emery's side are willing to listen to offers for the Napoli forward, and it has been rumoured that the 2015-16 Ligue 1 champions have already met with Everton officials to discuss a potential deal.

Neymar and Cavani had a spat over who would take a penalty in the win over Lyon on September 17 and it's turned into a major controversy.

Speaking separately to PSG's website, Verratti said "Our dream is, of course, to win everything, but we all know that football is a hard sport and that you don't win trophies by giving interviews".

Linked at one point with a move to Madrid to team up with Ancelotti - who left the Santiago Bernabeu in 2015 - Verratti saw a potential move to Barcelona fall through in the last close season.

"For one of the first times, I feel at Bayern's level". "I want to do things as Joshua Kimmich".

"Winning against Bayern and playing well will give us a lot of confidence", said the Italy midfielder.

Bayern's front line is also tasty though, and expect most of the goal threat to come from Robert Lewandowski who has seven league goals so far this season - none of his team-mates have more than two. We were champions, we reached the Champions League quarterfinals and only went out on away goals. "There are two players able to take penalty kicks: Cavani and Neymar", he said. "He offers versatility. He can help us by starting or by coming on".

  • Angelo Rivera