We review who are the ten footballers, some of them active and others retired, who lead the list of directors in the history of the Parc des Princes club.
Beyond the top ten that we will see next, we could see some novelties in the coming seasons. Of the current members of the squad, we find Mauro Icardi (16th with 38 goals), Marcos Aoás “Marquinhos” (19th with 34) or Julian Draxler (29th with 26).
The French striker from Réunion arrived at the club in January 2008 and was loaned out to Le Havre, returning in June and spending four and a half seasons before leaving for Dalian Professional. signed 57 goals in 161 games, in addition to winning a Ligue 1 and a Coupe de France. He turns 38 this week and plays for Sion.
The former Brazilian midfielder was in Paris for five seasons, between 1993 and 1998, before and after the two stages from Ribeirao Preto to Sao Paulo. In said lustrum he signed 69 goals in 207 games and won a Ligue 1, two Coupes de France, two Coupes de la Ligue française, a Tropheé des Champions and a European Cup Winners’ Cup. He retired in 2000 from the aforementioned club in his native country.
The former Bosnian midfielder wore the Paris Saint Germain shirt between 1982 and 1991, arriving from Real Sporting de Gijón and a year before retiring at AS Red Star 93. He signed for the Parc des Princes outfit 74 goals in 310 games and managed to win a Ligue 1 and a Coupe de France.
The former French playmaker wore the Parisian jersey between 1980 and 1987, arriving from AS Saint-Éttener and two years before retiring in Toulouse. He scored 87 goals in 221 games, in addition to winning a Ligue 1 and two Coupes de France.
The Argentine right winger landed in the Parc des Princes in the summer of 2015 after a year at Manchester United. Since then, add 91 goals in 287 games and has won four Ligue 1s, four Coupes de France, four Copues de la Ligue français and five Tropheés des Champions.
The Brazilian left winger will reach five years in Paris since he landed in 2017 after leaving FC Barcelona. Since then, he adds 91 goals in 133 games and has managed to win three Ligues 1, three Coupes de France, two Coupes de la Ligue français and three Tropheés des Champions.
The former Portuguese centre-forward played in Paris between 2003 and 2008, arriving from Paris Saint Germain and taking a break before going to Sao Roque, where he retired after the dispute in the 2010-11 season. In said five years he scored 109 goals in 211 games and won two Coupes de France and one Coupe de la Ligue français.
The Swedish striker was in the Parc des Princes between 2012 and 2016, after his first spell at AC Milan and before leaving for Manchester United. He would go through Los Angeles Galaxy before returning to San Siro. In four years he signed 156 goals in 180 games in the French capital, in addition to winning four Ligues 1, two Coupes de France, three Coupes de la Ligue français and four Tropheés des Champions.
The French right winger landed in Paris in the summer of 2017, initially on loan and later being bought (145M) with payment to AS Monaco. In practically a five-year sum 156 goals in 205 games and close to first place. He has won three Ligues 1, three Coupes de France, two Coupes de la Ligue français and three Tropheés des Champions in the French capital.
The Uruguayan and Italian striker was at Paris Saint Germain between 2013 and 2020, arriving from SSC Napoli and leaving for Manchester United, respectively. In seven years he scored 200 goals in 301 games, in addition to winning six Ligue 1s, four Coupes de France, five Copues de la Ligue français and seven Tropheés des Champions.
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