Dani Alves hits back at Diego Forlan's criticism of Neymar and Cavani

Paris Saint-Germain right-back Dani Alves has reportedly hit back at Diego Forlan after he appeared to criticise the on-field dispute between Neymar and Edinson Cavani over a penalty kick.


The pair landed in a disagreement over who should take the penalty in the 2-0 win over Lyon, which Cavani eventually missed.

Following the game, Forlan came in the defence of his Uruguayan compatriot Cavani, who seemed to have been put at fault for the incident, he told Radio Sport 890: "What doesn't make any sense is what Alves does, he doesn't give the ball to Cavani and then gives it to Neymar as if he were his b----.Cavani deserves respect. He has been scoring goals for years, taking penalties. There has to be respect. Neymar would not have done that with [Lionel] Messi. He didn't want Cavani to take the penalty. He was like a little boy annoying him."

Spalleti's Inter are genuine title contenders

During the 2016-17 season of the Italian League Serie A, Inter Milan finished in the 7th spot in what was a very forgettable campaign. Whilst they remained one of the most watched teams on socagol, fans were slowly being turned off by their stodgy performances, with the squad with the black and blue jerseys failing to make much of a mark in any competition as they struggled to add silverware to their collection.

This occurred when Stefano Pioli was at the helm of Inter Milan and not surprisingly, he was sacked after only 6 months.

Fast forward 10 months, and Inter are back topping the table as the most popular team to watch on direttastreamingcalciogratis.it in Serie A, with the change of coaches the obvious factor in their change in fortunes.

Edinson Cavani vs Neymar spat good for Paris Saint-Germain - Marquinhos

Paris Saint-Germain centre-back Marquinhos believes the on-field spat between Neymar and Edinson Cavani is a good thing for the Capital outfit.


The front pair fell out on the pitch earlier last month as Les Parisiens were awarded a penalty against league rivals Lyon. Following an exchange of words, Cavani took the spot-kick which was saved, but Paris Saint-Germain won the game thanks to two own goals from the visitors.

Kylian Mbappe to seal Paris Saint-Germain loan move

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly on the cusp of sealing a season-long loan move for Monaco wonderkid Kylian Mbappe.


The France international will join the Capital outfit on a temporary basis for the campaign after which they are expected to secure a permanent deal worth £166m.

The 18-year-old will link up with Brazilian superstar Neymar, who made a shock switch from Barcelona earlier this summer for a world-record sum of around £198m. Neymar and Cavani have flourished in the forward department since the start of the season, but Mbappe is set to add an extra dimension to their game with his pace and fearlessness in front of goal.

Edinson Cavani: Neymar is more than welcome to join PSG

Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has admitted that he would welcome the prospect of playing alongside Neymar ahead of the 2017/18 season.


The Brazil international has been widely tipped to leave the Camp Nou this summer with PSG prepared to trigger his hefty £196m release clause.

Cavani notched 49 goals in an impressive season for the Capital outfit last term, but he still feels the need to work on the technical side of things after he missed a number of clear-cut chances to score including four in the 1-1 Champions League draw against Arsenal.

Edinson Cavani talks up Javier Pastore partnership

Uruguay international Edison Cavani has talked up his partnership with fellow Paris Saint-Germain teammates Javier Pastore.


The Argentine has struggled with injuries in recent seasons, but he will hope to enjoy an injury-less season next term ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

Paris Saint-Germain had won the previous former Ligue 1 titles, but they could not clinch a fifth on a trot after Monaco ended the spell with their excellent fast-paced football. In spite of this, Les Parisiens ended the season with good success after having clinched the Coupe de la Ligue and French Cup.

Park Backs United

Former South Korea and Manchester United midfielder Park Ji Sung believes that Manchester United can win the title next season. He said that there are signs that the team has clicked together and that they will be able to challenge all the way for the title.

However, he admitted that the next Premier League season would not be easy with at least five teams capable of challenging for the title. But he believes that Jose Mourinho has the necessary experience and that he will inculcate a winning mentality within the team.

Edinson Cavani admits he has flaws in his Game

Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani has admitted that he still has to learn the technical side of his game despite enjoying his best season in his professional career last term. Cavani racked in 49 goals in 50 outings for Les Parisiens last season, but he was still criticised for missing key opportunities during the campaign.


The Uruguay international got his wish to lead the Paris Saint-Germain frontline last year after Zlatan Ibrahimovic chose to leave the club on a free transfer. Despite regularly finding the net over the course of the season, Cavani admits he is not the best technically, and he will seek to improve under Unai Emery next term

Edinson Cavani would make a return to Italy but only to Napoli

For the 1st time in Edinson Cavani´s playing career he has managed to surpass the 30 goals mark scored in a single season for a domestic league competition.

The recently concluded season of 2016-17 has by far been the best season of the Uruguayan attacker who managed to find the back of the net on 35 occasions for PSG.

Edinson Cavani feels Barcelona's Champions League comeback was unfair

Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani insists that the Champions League humbling at the hands of Barcelona was unfair owing to a number of wrong decisions made in the game.


Les Parisiens took a 4-0 first-leg lead against Barcelona in the quarter-final stage of the premier competition, and they appeared to be cruising towards the final four before a referee blunder cost them the tie.

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