PSG fly in customized aircraft ahead of UCL clash against Real Madrid

PSG fly in customized aircraft ahead of UCL clash against Real Madrid

- PSG are set for their Valentine day Champions League encounter against Real Madrid

- The club has customised aircraft that will airlift them for the clash with pictures of some of the key players

- Both teams won their domestic league games last weekend

French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain will arrive in Spain for their Uefa Champions League knockout stage clash against Real Madrid in a customize aircraft.

The Parisians progressed as Group B leaders having finished with 15 points - same as Bayern Munich but were better off on goals difference to set up a meeting defending champions.

And the Parc Des Princess outfit are planning a grand entry into the Spanish capital with the faces of their major players splashed all over the airplane that will airlift them to the venue of their clash on Valentine's day.

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Last summer’s big money signing, Neymar is at the center of the picture used on the plane, and he is being flanked by the club's all-time record goal-scorer, Edinson Cavani while Kylian Mbappe is on the far left.

Marco Verratti, Marquinhos, and Adrien Rabiot are the remainder of the six players displayed on the Emirates aeroplane, who sponsor the Ligue 1 side.

The club proudly showed off the image on their Instagram account as the team prepared to face the holders at the Bernabeu in their last-16 tie.

Meanwhile, PSG will have to be wary of Real Madrid, who have recently found their form back as they decimated Real Sociedad 5-2 in their last La Liga encounter – with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a hatrick in the game.

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While Neymar’s lone goal was the only difference between the current French league leaders and their opponent, Toulouse in last Friday’s meeting which sees them go 13 points clear at the top of Ligue 1 table.

The Brazilian's preparation for the Madrid clash included a visit to a tattoo parlour on Monday as he got inked with some Champions League-themed artwork.

The world-record £198million star received a tattoo paying homage to his Champions League success in 2015 with former team Barcelona.

Real Madrid finished second behind Tottenham in Group H with 13 points during the preliminary stage.

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