PSG’s Starting Lineup Against Barcelona: Tactical Shift Sparks Change in the Attack

On Tuesday, Paris Saint-Germain aims to reverse the 3-2 aggregate score as they travel to Spain to face FC Barcelona in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals.

While there’s hope the team can turn the situation around in Barcelona, players are reportedly confused about manager Luis Enrique’s tactical choices in the first-leg match against the Catalan side.

Although the second leg is still a couple of days away, Le Parisien is reporting the potential starting 11, and there don’t seem to be any experiments, such as starting Marco Asensio and leaving out Warren Zaire-Emery.

Téléfoot is reporting the potential starting 11 for the capital club, and their information aligns with what Le Parisien revealed. However, Téléfoot’s report notes one major change in the attack: Gonçalo Ramos will enter as the striker. 

In this report, Ousmane Dembélé and Kylian Mbappé will be the wingers, and Bradley Barcola will come off the bench. Le Parisian’s information reveals that the former Olympique Lyonnais standout will be part of the attacking trio.

The midfield and defense are mostly the same, so it will be interesting to see which outlet is accurate with the attacking lineup. 

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