- Leandro Paredes was the star as PSG arrive training for Champions League preparations
- The Argentine stunned the team when he landed in his Ferrari F8 Tributo
- PSG have won the Ligue 1 but the club have returned to prepare for the European competition
Ahead of the UEFA Champions League restart which was suspended in mid-March, French Ligue 1 PSG have returned to training but what stunned the fans was the arrival of Leandro Paredes in his Ferrari.
The Argentine star rocked up the training session when he arrived in a stunning £203,000 Ferrari.
Football activities have been suspended across France no thanks to the lockdown and the Ligue 1 champions PSG were confirmed winners of the 2019/2020 season as the league.
PSG who were 12 points clear at the top of the standings won the title for a record seventh time in eight years as Ligue 1 officials adopted the points-per-game mode.
Paris-Saint-Germain were crowned champions of France as Government made it clear that all football activities in the country must be suspended until September with the hopes that the pandemic will get solution.
Although the season is officially ended in France, the Ligue 1 champions still have plenty to play for and they have returned to training ahead of the continuation of the UEFA Champions League.
Neymar, Mbappe and other stars at the club have arrived training but Paredes stole the show with his Ferrari F8 Tributo which has a starting price of £203,000.
Mauro Icardi, Julian Draxler and boss Thomas Tuchel all made low-key, understated arrivals while Presnel Kimpembe - in his bright orange hoody - and Layvin Kurzawa - wearing a bucket hat - posed for the cameras.
Everyone wore face masks as they arrived at the complex.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Neymar has been ordered to return a whopping €6.7million to his former club Barcelona by judge handling the club's lawsuit as regards the player’s signing bonus.
The case between Neymar and Barcelona is centered on disagreement involving a 40 million euro bonus the PSG star was expected to receive after renewing his contract.
Interestingly, the Brazilian after penning a new deal with Barcelona in 2017, left for Paris after the French outfit met his buy-out clause of €222 million that year.
At the last count, Neymar received a €14million bonus ahead, with Barcelona refusing to pay up the remaining €26 million when he opted to quit the Nou Camp.
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