Lille champion of France in 2025, PSG is warned

Lille champion of France in 2025, PSG is warned
Lille champion of France in 2025, PSG is warned

Paris Saint-Germain has once again been crowned champion of France, for this 2023/2024 season. Next year, a lot of things will change, especially for the capital club. Lille could benefit from it.

As Kylian Mbappé announced at the start of the season, PSG is the big favorite and OGC Nice could not annoy the Parisians. At the dawn of the 32nd day of Ligue 1, the Aiglons are fifth and Paris has won its 12th French championship title in its history. An even more consolidated record. Next season, PSG will lose Kylian Mbappé and will have to find a player capable of replacing him. The French striker has consistently been the top scorer in the championship since the 2018/2019 financial year. Lille is one of the most attractive and consistent teams in Ligue 1, with international players, raw talent and a revolutionary coach. For Elton Mokolo, LOSC is the team that has the best chance of being able to offer real competition to PSG next season.

Lille, PSG’s future competitor in Ligue 1?

“For me, the team calibrated to go for PSG, even more so without Kylian Mbappé, it could be Lille. But it depends on whether Paulo Fonseca stays or not. Having been with Olivier Létang against Aston Villa, it’s much more than a team, it’s a project. I have the impression that everything is focused on the ground on the Lille side, whether it is in the optimization of profiles, research in the transfer window, internal logic with the training center. All these elements make me think that Lille can do again what they did in 2021. I am very curious to know what they will do this summer” said the columnist during his Tour d’Europe show, broadcast on Eurosport. It will nevertheless be necessary to know whether the Doges will succeed in retaining their strong elements. Leny Yoro, Jonathan David and even Paulo Fonseca are very popular. Since the arrival of QSI, PSG has lost the Ligue 1 title three times. The first year, in 2012, with Montpellier, in 2017 with AS Monaco and the latest, in 2021, with Lille.


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