These are some of the greatest PSG players of all time
Paris Saint Germain is the best French club over. Unlike other clubs, PSG didn’t have a wide history but at least produced some great players.
Top 10 greatest PSG players of all time:
Zlatan Ibrahimovic – 156 goals in 180 appearances, that is all you need to say when you mention Zlatan ‘The Lion’ Ibrahimovic. Ibra is the club’s all-time leading scorer in all competitions. He has taken PSG to a level never previously thought possible, adding four league titles.
Pauleta – Pauleta joined the club from Bordeaux at a time when the capital club were truly struggling in 2003. The Portuguese striker managed to score 109 goals in just five seasons.
Ronaldinho – Fans were only able to watch Ronaldinho’s ability for two seasons, but that was enough for him to be remembered as a club legend.
Safet Susic – Sucic scored an incredible 96 goals over nine seasons. He added 61 assists for a team that struggled in the 80s.
Dominique Rocheteau – Rocheteau actually spent seven years in Paris. He played over 250 games and is still the club’s third all-time leading goal scorer.
Youri Djorkaeff – Djorkaeff scored 19 goals in 46 games and helped the club win the Cup Winners’ Cup that season. You will not find him on the lists for top goal scorers, or appearances, he only actually played for PSG for one season.
Marco Verratti – When Verratti arrived in the French capital, he had never played top-flight football, now you cannot imagine the club without him.
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Alain Roche – Roche was part of the team that won the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1996. He finished his career as one of only three men that have lifted the French title with three different clubs – was part of the 1994 champions in Paris.
Thiago Silva – Before moving to Chelsea, Silva won four Ligue 1 titles with PSG. He is still one of the greatest defenders in football history.
Ricardo Gomes – Gomes controlled PSG’s defence for over 150 games, winning the French title in 1994. He won four trophies in four years.