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Toe Poke Daily: Neymar skips PSG teammate Mbappe's award wins; spends evening with Rihanna

Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo managed to clip his son's head with the Serie A trophy during the club's title celebrations on Sunday.
Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe picked up two awards while Neymar was elsewhere.

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While Kylian Mbappe was claiming an awards double on Sunday, Neymar decided to give Ligue 1's big end-of-season ceremony the swerve.

Indeed, the Brazilian wasn't there to support Mbappe as his Paris Saint-Germain teammate picked up both the Ligue 1 Player and...

Transfer Talk: Paris Saint-Germain eye move for Chelsea's Kante

Steve Nicol takes a look at the latest summer transfer rumours in Transfer Rater, including the possibility of PSG adding a couple more big stars to the fold.

The Premier League transfer window is open. You can click here to review all the latest transfers and keep up to date with all the latest gossip below.

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TOP STORY: PSG want to bring Kante home

Paris Saint-Germain are set on bringing N'Golo Kante home this summer, according to the Sunday Mirror.

The paper reports that PSG have ditched their interest in Everton's Idrissa Gueye and...

Transfer window: Rabiot leads top free agents in the summer

Clubs missed their last chance to get some cash for one of their out-of-contract players in January, so here's who will be available on a free transfer in summer 2019 if they don't put pen to paper soon, with the help of Transfermarkt.

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MAN CITY: No more captain fantastic?

Vincent Kompany: How do you replace the impact of a captain, leader and legend like Kompany? You can't really. The 33-year-old should really...

Transfer Talk: PSG ponder triple swoop for Madrid's Kroos, Isco and Bale

With the transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs set to open soon -- find out when the transfer window opens and closes across Europe's top leagues -- rest assured that Transfer Talk is scouring the world's media and setting correspondents loose to see what is on the agenda. You can click here to review all the latest transfers.

TOP STORY: PSG ponder Madrid triple swoop

French champions Paris Saint-Germain are considering a sensational triple swoop for Real Madrid trio Gareth Bale,...

PSG's Neymar, Dani Alves return to Barcelona for F1's Spanish Grand Prix

No stranger to the glitz and glamour, Neymar was front and center while taking in the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday in Barcelona.

Current PSG stars and former Barcelona players Neymar and Dani Alves returned to Barcelona on Sunday to take in Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix. A day after celebrating a 2-1 win over Angers, the Brazilian duo enjoyed a day off at the track, where they rubbed elbows with some of motor sports biggest stars.

Neymar's good friend Lewis Hamilton ended up winning the event, with Neymar and Alves making sure to post a picture with the British superstar on Instagram.

Neymar's trip to Spain was on behalf...

PSG have an attitude problem and until it's fixed, they'll be kings of France but a laughingstock in Europe

Thomas Tuchel is trying to get PSG on track but lacks the support of his bosses and the respect of his squad.

It wasn't supposed to happen this way. At the start of January, PSG were looking forward to what promised to be a superb second half of the season. They had big ambitions and huge dreams, were still unbeaten domestically and had plenty of momentum in Europe. They were cruising and yet, in the space of four months, it all came crashing down. PSG are now in complete disarray, crippled by tensions inside the club and inside the dressing room. They're currently the laughingstock of European football.

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