Highs and lows of PSG's 2023-2024 season

Almost a week has passed since PSG's season ended with the Coupe de France final against Lyon. The season had its ups and downs but was ultimately disappointing due to their Champions League shortfall.
2024 French Open - Day 1
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It is almost a week since the curtains were drawn on PSG's season. It has been a campaign which has both positives and negatives for the club and the fans.

Here at PSG Post we delve into both the positive and negatives aspects of Les Parisans season.

Highs and lows of PSG's 2023-2024 season

1. Highs - Rise of young players

Bradley Barcola, Warren Zaire-Emery and Lucas Beraldo are three young players who have established themselves this season and can leave it with their head held high.

Zaire-Emery is a generational talent who needs to be nurtured well in order to reach his potential, Lucas Beraldo is the heir to Marquinhos and Barcola's rise is significant as he could play a pivotal role at the club when Kylian Mbappe departs for Real Madrid this summer. Inspite of the disappointment in the Champions League they should still be proud of the season that they have had.

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2. Lows - Dortmund games in the Champions League and Mbappe saga

The Champions League is the trophy that PSG has wanted the most under the Qatar ownership, as they have dominated Ligue 1. This campaign, they came up short in the tournament, falling at the semi-final hurdle against Borussia Dortmund.

Luis Enrique's side had the chances to turn around the 1-0 deficit from the first leg but couldn't break down a stubborn Dortmund side at the Parc des Princes. What is most frustrating about the result is that they did not lose to Dortmund in the group stage.