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Leonardo remains angry at his 13-month suspension from football, which led to his resignation as Paris St Germain sporting director.
– Leonardo told Le Parisien
It was impossible to continue my work in Paris because this suspension would not let me give it 100 per cent.
What they did to me was very unjust. Everything became too difficult after this suspension.
I was the main man responsible for the project at PSG, I was very involved with the players and coaches. It's the most exciting project in Europe today.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is expected to be offered a £1.7m pay rise at PSG to keep him happy, reports L'Equipe.
The cash crazy French champions will increase Ibrahimovic's annual wage from £12.1m to £13.8m in an attempt to fend off interest from Real Madrid, Juventus and Manchester City.
Real Madrid's Portuguese duo Pepe and Cristiano Ronaldo were eager to stretch their legs during the 1-0 pre-season win over PSG.
Karim Benzema scored the only goal as Carlo Ancelotti claimed a 1-0 pre-season win over former club PSG last night, but the main talking point was Zlatan Ibrahimovic strutting his stuff in what looks like a bra and hot pants.
Not so sexy, Zlatan...
Carlo Ancelotti highlighted the gulf in history between his former and current employers before Real Madrid faced Paris Saint Germain in a pre-season friendly in Gothenburg.
– Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti
Madrid and PSG have the same objectives, but one is a young team and the other is the biggest club of all time.
PSG are a team in construction and it's not easy for them, because just buying players is not enough.
It's clear that they have worked hard to assemble a great team. They bought great players last year and now they need time. Madrid, meanwhile, have a history which supports the club.
New signing Marquinhos is desperate to begin training with his Paris St Germain team-mates after overcoming a virus.
– PSG defender Marquinhos speaking to L'Equipe
I picked up a virus when I returned to Europe. I had a bad stomach and a mouth infection.
I had tests with the medical staff and they told me it was just a virus which was in its last stage. It's nothing serious - certainly not hepatitis, as I have read.
The doctors instructed me to rest a bit because my immune system has been diminished.
Tomorrow I will return to hospital for more tests and I will start training on Monday with my new team-mates. I can't wait to play.