By now, every Paris Saint-Germain supporter is aware of the strong relationship that the capital club has with Brazil.
As Les Parisiens celebrate their 50th anniversary, they recently announced Raí was voted the best player in their history. With strong ties to the South American country, PSG will be making it stronger.
PSG announced (via Paris Fans) the opening of a new academy project in Belo Horizonte, the sixth-largest city in Brazil. The project allows for both children and adolescents the opportunity to play football in the best conditions.
Not only will this project strengthen its fanbase in Brazil, but help grows it. Furthermore, it means that the capital club can potentially uncover quality players that could add to the list of Brazilians to dawn the PSG, whether it’s from Ronaldinho to Neymar Jr.
Former PSG right-back Ceará will oversee the project as the long-term goal will be to welcome 500 children per week and transmit to them the values and training methodology of Les Parisiens.
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