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Who is on the move in France?

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 By Chris Wright

Dimitri Payet literally injures goalkeeper with devastating dummy

Marseille's Dimitri Payet's dummy sent the Strasbourg keeper Alexandre Oukidja the wrong way, injuring his knee as Payet tapped the ball into an empty net.

Marseille racked up a routine 2-0 win over Strasbourg in the Ligue 1 on Tuesday night with Dimitri Payet rounding out the scoring in the last few minutes.

Indeed, Payet's goal was notable for the fact that the former West Ham star quite literally left Strasbourg goalkeeper Alexandre Oukidja with injured ankles after foxing him with a truly outrageous body swerve.

Sent clean through on goal, Payet darted past the advancing Oukidja with a feint so devastating that the 29-year-old goalkeeper had to...

Giovani Lo Celso should continue his midfield apprenticeship vs. Dijon

Angel Di Maria scored the lone goal in PSG's win at Nantes, but his moment could be overshadowed by a strange move by the referee.
PSG coach Unai Emery feels the Spanish media is attempting to 'destabilise' his squad by reporting that Neymar is heading to Real Madrid.

PARIS -- Paris Saint-Germain host Dijon in Ligue 1 on Wednesday with the chance to pull further clear of the chasing pack after Monaco dropped further points at home to Nice on Tuesday.

Lyon could remain within 11 points of the French capital outfit if they can win away at Guingamp, but PSG's current lead is arguably already unassailable.

Coach Unai Emery has Neymar back in his squad but is without Thiago Motta, which means that either Adrien Rabiot or Giovani Lo Celso will start in defensive midfield,...

Signs point to Emery being let go by PSG before next season

PSG coach Unai Emery feels the Spanish media is attempting to 'destabilise' his squad by reporting that Neymar is heading to Real Madrid.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes tackle the latest transfer rumours surrounding N'Golo Kante, Andy Carroll, Cristiano Ronaldo and more.

On paper, it is pretty straightforward and simple: If Unai Emery wants to stay for a third season at Paris Saint-Germain, his team will have to reach the semifinal of the Champions League. A clause in his contract states that, if the Parisians get to the last four then the option of a third year will be automatically triggered. If they don't, he is out.

However, PSG don't really follow contract terms or options; it is almost like they don't mean much to them. They sacked Antoine Kombouare in December...

Di Maria not at his best but scores the decider as PSG beat Nantes

Angel Di Maria scored the lone goal in PSG's win at Nantes, but his moment could be overshadowed by a strange move by the referee.

Paris Saint-Germain opened up an 11-point at the Ligue 1 summit with a 1-0 win away at Nantes on Sunday but were made to work hard by Claudio Ranieri's well-organised home side at an atmospheric Stade de la Beaujoire as Angel Di Maria scored the only goal of the game.

Positives

Although it was not a good performance, ultimately, it is only the result that matters. PSG took all three points and capitalised on Monaco and Lyon being held to draws.

The clean sheet, the second of 2018, was deserved...

All eyes on PSG, but French leagues have plenty of transfer interest

ESPN FC PSG correspondent Jonathan Johnson examines the club's needs in January and how Financial Fair Play could play a factor.

It's been a long time since there has been a quiet transfer window in France. It seems whether it is in January or in the summer, Ligue 1 (and to a lesser degree Ligue 2) becomes the market where clubs from bigger leagues come to do their shopping.

French clubs, and not just PSG, have also not been afraid to spend money. This month is not going to be any different and it should be an active transfer window, but once again all eyes will be on the Paris club that broke the world-record to sign Neymar...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Done deals - Europe's most expensive transfers: Neymar, Mbappe, Coutinho

Steve Nicol discusses what comes next for Liverpool after selling Coutinho, while Alejandro Moreno exmaines the Brazilian's possible role at Barcelona.

The transfer window is well underway, but here are the biggest deals (over £40m) you may have missed from around Europe so far. And check back for updates.

For a full breakdown of all transfers in Europe's major leagues, sortable by club, please click here.

Note: All fees are undisclosed and based on ESPN FC sources unless noted with *.

Neymar - Barcelona to PSG: £198m

Neymar smashed the previous world record of £89.3m.

Well, this one came out of almost nowhere less than a month ago and one of Barcelona's star players has now moved...