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The pair's spat over a second-half penalty, which was ultimately saved by Anthony Lopes, in the 2-0 win over Lyon on September 17 has turned into a major controversy and Emery has talked to the duo to try to resolve the matter.

PSG are keen to develop a new attacking triumvirate in world football through Neymar, Mbappé and Cavani - a successor to the "MSN" (Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez and Neymar at Barcelona) or the "BBC" (Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid) - and this has unsettled Spain's traditional domination. "I told them how things should happen".

Emery feels that PSG are now viewed more seriously by their European competitors after the signings of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe this summer. This is game between two of the best sides in Europe at the moment and as a result I am expecting this to be an incredible match. We have more serious sporting enemies. However, with the large sums of money Madrid and Chelsea can throw around, it's unlikely we'll see the Uruguayan donning that shade of blue again.

PSG are a team now full of superstars, and as some of their players might be figuring out, that might spell trouble for a few egos out there. "This is good for us".

Edinson Cavani and Neymar during training.

Their eight game winning run was halted at Montpellier on Saturday afternoon as they drew their first blank in seven months with record signing Neymar missing the game due to injury.

Austin Okocha, former Super Eagles skipper, says he is jealous of the current set of players.

"Javier [Pastore] is continuing his recovery".

"They see that we are a serious team with the players we have bought in the past and also this year, and now we can also be among the candidates to win the Champions League".

"He is an important player", he said of the Germany worldwide playmaker.

"Julian is an important player", he said.

This internal team bust up might cause problems for Unai Emery and his plans this season - something he will hopefully be able to solve before it's too late. "He can help us as a starter or a substitute".

Carlo Ancelotti's men ran out 3-0 winners over Anderlecht in the first fixture of this season's Champions League, with Sven Kums' 11th minute sending-off leading to Lewandowski netting from the penalty spot before Thiago Alcântara and Joshua Kimmich ensured the three points. "I had just left the Italian second division and he helped me a lot. He brought his experience to a club that did not have much". He helped to launch this project. "Now we have credibility in the Champions League". "I played often under him".

The Group B encounter in the French capital is unlikely to be decisive for the two sides in terms of qualification for the last 16, with both expected to advance at the expense of Celtic and Anderlecht.

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