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Alex Saint-Germain: Rêvons plus grand

All hail Lord Alex "More things should be named after me tbh xD."
Started on 19 July 2014 by AlexTHFC
Latest Reply on 2 August 2014 by Zed
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£36m is a helluva lot of money, but would be well spent on a player like Pogba...hope you can sign him! :D
How have you got him for such a "low" fee? On my saves, he costs like £130m!!

Great signing, will do very well for you :)
Nellie: He's usually much more expensive, so 36m isn't too bad. Pogba's a good player, but whether I sign him... thanks for commenting!

Tallery1164: Transfer update. ;) I haven't signed him yet!
Paul Pogba, what a signing he'll turn out to be if the transfer does go through

good luck
Toonman8589: He'd be a great signing if I can get him! Thanks :)
Unlucky on Alves but what a signing in Paul Pogba. I think you'll go very far in this story, good luck ;)
ARSENAL_ruleZ: Alves is unlucky, I haven't signed Pogba yet! But thanks anyway ;)
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PSG sign South American superstar

In a somewhat shocking move, PSG have signed 19 year old Argentinian striker Luciano Vietto from Racing Club for a small fee of £5.25m, perhaps because of the nearby nationality of new manager Ronaldinho.

Vietto, who has played for Racing Club his entire career, signed a contract with Les Rouges-et-Bleus that keeps him at the club until 2016, so he has a lot to live up to in the three years he will be at the club.

The 19 year-old is reportedly a huge fan of fellow South Americans at PSG Edinson Cavani, Lucas Moura and Thiago Silva, and hopes to one day play on the same pitch as them and be on the same team. Maybe his dream will come true sooner than he expected.

Vietto is a relatively unknown name until now, but South American Ronaldinho must've seen him before somewhere and seen a lot of potential in him to nab him as a player for PSG, one of the biggest and richest clubs in the world right now.

He hasn't been the most recurring figure in Argentina's Under 21 team, with just four appearances to his name. However, in those four games, he's scored in half of them, with a total goal tally of two goals in the four matches.

PSG unveiled the shock signing via Twitter, with this picture to go with it. The writing says "Welcome, Luciano" and "Here's to a lengthy career", with French translations and the price of £5.25m in the centre.


In January, Vietto had apparently attracted interest from Premier League clubs Liverpool and Arsenal, as well as newly promoted Leicester City, who even went to watch him play in April.

It's no surprise that Vietto will be used as a back-up striker to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi, but eventually, as he develops into a better player, he'll rise up the rankings for sure, says manager Ronaldinho. The new gaffer seems to have a lot of confidence in the new player considering he's unproven in the big time as of yet.

PSG unveil a shocking new signing in Racing Club's super striker Luciano Vietto for a small fee of £5.25m, choosing not to send the player back on loan for the extra £250k. This is probably down to Ronaldinho being South American, as Vietto is as well, and he previously said he wanted to bring in some South American players. Vietto attracted interest from a few English clubs earlier this year, and will be used as a back-up striker for PSG this season.

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Love the graphic! Great signing as well!
Love the graphic! Great signing for you as well :) Should be great
Tallery1164: Thanks! I love Vietto on FM, so it's great to sign him :)

Pokarioboy: Thanks! I was glad to sign him, hope he will do well in the next few seasons or so :)
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5 yearsEdited

PSG unveil stunning new kits

French fashion... PSG have unveiled their new Fly Emirates-sponsored kits for the 2013/14 campaign, manufactured by Nike, with the three strips getting great reception for their look.

Paris Saint-Germain revealed their new kits for the next season for both French and European football in a stunning new graphic that they posted on Twitter, which follows the introduction graphic to new signing Luciano Vietto.

All three kits, believed to be designed by Nike's codenamed ASR-PSV, have been sponsored by previous sponsors Fly Emirates, and the reception for all three are mostly positive, with some of the best complimenting the work.

The home strip is in traditional PSG blue with two diagonal stripes - one in red and the other in white - completed with white cuffs and a simple white collar. The sponsor of Fly Emirates has been done in white, but as it goes over the top of the white stripe, has a blue outline that compliments the shirt perfectly.

The away kit is the one that is the most popular from the three, with many fans loving the old fashioned black and white look to it, even with the PSG badge. The base of the kit is white, with slightly darker, yet not too dark, checkers around the entire shirt. The trim is all black, and most of the collar is black with some white accompaniment.

Finally, the third kit is an unusual yellow/gold shirt, with horizontal stripes of each colour going across the front of the shirt. These are joined by some plain black sleeves and gold cuffs, as well as a black collar and sponsor, and it makes for quite a nice kit.

Instead of having players model the kit, PSG made a graphic (pictured at the top) and posted it on Twitter, just like they did with 19 year-old new signing Luciano Vietto. The graphic says "New kits" and "Watch out Europe... a storm is coming" with a picture of Paris in the background.

Les Rouges-et-Bleus have been closing in on signing Frenchman Paul Pogba recently, but face competition from giants such as Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid for the player's signature.

PSG reveal their new kits for the 2013/14 season, manufactured by Nike and sponsored by Fly Emirates, just like the previous season. The home kit is blue with red and white stripes, the away is a beautiful white and black kit, while the third is a slightly unusual yellow, gold and black shirt. The kits were unveiled via a graphic on Twitter, which could become a tradition for the French giants as they did the same with the signing of Luciano Vietto.

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Very nice new equipment, I hope to bring you luck! Good luck!
Nice graphics and nice kits, ASR ;)
Bebero: Yeah, the kits are great, but you have ASR to thank for those! Thanks :)

Tallery1164: Thanks, the kits are very nice ;)

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